Question about Remington Sport & Outdoor - Others
Generally, heavier bullets are better for knockdown power and lighter bullets are faster. Also, the construction of the bullet itself -- for hunting, soft points or hollow points, of course -- should be taken into account. Although .30-30s have accounted for lots and lots of deer being shot over the century or so they've been around, they are not ideal. I'm a gun guy, not a hunter, but you might want to check what some fellow hunters in your area are using. JERRY AHERN
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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