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type of round to carry

Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by kar298, Nov 7, 2005.

  1. kar298

    kar298 New Member

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    i usually carry my 45acp in the woods when i hike since its alot smaller than my 44 mag with me where there are bears, deer, coyotes all the animals up in PA what would be the best type of bullet to carry i bought some 230 grain hollow point should this be fine?

    thanks
    kevin
  2. mtnboomer

    mtnboomer New Member

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    That should do the trick nicely! :D

    BTW - make sure they feed reliably through your gun.
  3. Country101

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    Should be fine. I might go with a FMJ, but either would work.
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    inplanotx New Member

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    You might also want to try a 250gr Keith type bullet for your .45. Just a little more penetration.
  5. kar298

    kar298 New Member

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    yeah i know i need to check to make sure they feed fine i will do that today or tomma most likely
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