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Real tractors have two cylinders and hand clutches.
My rifle is mine, it isn't for sale, and I only give guns to people that I really like.
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Rude Rob, sorry I was thinking you had ruger redhawk...for the S&W go less, 19grs. seat at 2nd crimp.i have shot that full house load in my S&W a few times but went lighter because of there reputation of not holding up to the heavy reloading.I use the newer redhawk as my carry/ back-up gun, it has 4in. barrel in .44mag.not as light as S&W but close...and I can use full house loads and not worry about the gun comming apart.Scott
woodsman would that be okay to shoot in the s and wesson??? someday id like to get a ruger, but the smith is lighter and a bit easier to carry over long distance
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I killed him with a 44 180 grain hollow points. They are tuff to kill some times. I made a bad shot one time on a sow that weighed about 300 lbs. The dogs were fighting her in a creek bottom. She was comeing down hill to me so I hid behind a tree and waited. The banks going up both side's were real steep so I knew she would come right by me. When she was three feet away I stepped out from behind tree and shot her right between the eyes. I was too close and angle of shot was wrong. bullet went under brain and through lower neck in to chest. All the dogs mounted her as soon as I shot. She jumped in creek and grabbed my buddies best dog by the neck. I had to go in water and shoot her again. Put barrel on her back and shot her right between the shoulder blades. Could not risk another head shot with dog in her mouth. The bullet broke her back and and paralized her before makeing its way to vital's. This is the best shot I have found for breaking down large hog,s that bayed up. It works on bears too but I usually don't like to get that close. The first head shot on this sow did enough damage that the dog she had in her mouth came out of it with out getting hurt. If I had a griz in this situation I would use a 12 gauge pump loaded slug, 00 buck, slug. Two of the old guys I used to hunt with always wanted to try a big griz with our hounds. We never did but I think if we had we would have came home with all of our young dogs dead, and maybe some of the old ones.
Bennie what did you shoot him with? I went Bear hunting and the guide told me over and over if I have the shot shoot him behind the ear. Well I didn't he was a medium size bear treed . He took 3 sold hits with a 300 RUM 200 gr Acubonds.
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