But for deer?
call2arms wrote:On the upside, if he shoots that well the deer won't suffer very long.
Marinepits wrote:In general, I can't imagine hunting deer with a handgun. I would think a bow, rifle, shotgun, or even a muzzleloader would be easier and more accurate for most folk.
maberi wrote:What range do you go to?
DemoDick wrote:I opted to ditch my shotgun and rifles for a handgun this year because it's easier to carry and more practical at the ranges I tend to see deer. The last time I had an opportunity to shoot a deer with a firearm I was so close I couldn't find it in the scope and couldn't take a responsible shot. I decided a handgun would be my next hunting purchase. I also picked up a monopod yesterday to use as a carry-along rest.
.....The use of rifles or handguns to hunt turkeys, waterfowl, or any other federally regulated migratory game bird (except crows) is prohibited. The use of handguns to hunt deer is prohibited.....
HappyChick wrote:I'm going to show this thread to my son and ask about that gun of yours, Demo. I don't know if they are legal in Illinois for hunting deer. Shane is very serious with this hunting business. In the last four years of hunting in Illinois, he has gotten multiple good kills each year and every time but one. He really agonized about that one because he knew the deer wasn't going to die quickly. It truly wore on him. He almost quit bow hunting, but I think it steeled his determination instead. Shane has excellent aim and has been bow since he was a pre-teen. He also shotgun hunts and does very well at that too. He knows weaponry from his Army training as well.
I like guns too. How much recoil does Ms. Painless have?
DemoDick wrote:So I shot a three shot group at 50 yards with open sights and got this.
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