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Thread: Wadcutters

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    one happy gunner happygunner's Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach View Post
    What does this mean?
    I was looking at wound tracks on different bullets. Nice site though but not for the faint of heart.

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    Livin' in the sticks!!!! ghitch75's Avatar

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    these




    in this not under gunned at all

    "I got a shotgun,rifle and 4 wheel drive and country boy can survive!!!"

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    Plinker

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    Ghitch75, you are a tease. Leaving the safe cracked open for a glimpse of wheel gun goodness. Dirty, dirty trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lwright View Post
    Are wadcutters suitable for self defense?
    I take it you heard that myth going around again that Wad Cutters are less likely to go through walls?

    I only ask because I was in Indy Gun Bunker (used to be Pop's) not long ago and I over heard an employee telling a customer this.
    ANY attack against the Constitution is an act of terrorism and should be dealt with accordingly.

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    Sharpshooter LCSOSgt11's Avatar

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    Jim Cirillo seemed to think that wadcutters were the perfect ammunition for a .38 snubbie, such as a Smith 36, or a Colt Cobra/Agent/Detective Special.
    LCSOSgt11
    "May God protect those when in mortal combat, remember FRONT SIGHT, PRESS.

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    Livin' in the sticks!!!! ghitch75's Avatar

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    the ones above traveling roughly 300fps fast in a 45 Colt will blow through a deer at 100y and it is not pretty on the other side.....
    "I got a shotgun,rifle and 4 wheel drive and country boy can survive!!!"

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    Sharpshooter

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    As BBI stated, I never felt underpowered when I carried them in a Smith model 25.
    Eating beavers just to help save trees.

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    Sharpshooter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liberty Sanders View Post
    In the long-ago days of my youth in law enforcement a hollow-based wadcutter loaded upside down with the cavity forward was considered a deadly self-defense load.
    Federal updated that a bit...https://www.targetsportsusa.com/fede...s-p-77798.aspx

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