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First 10MM deer today

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by Cwlongshot, Nov 14, 2012.


  1. Cwlongshot

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    I got a small buck this AM with the 10MM.

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    About 40 yards, quartering to me, impact was a little higher then the base of the neck. Bang flop.

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    No exit, but it was a steep angle, IF it had exited it would have been near the ham. I hope to recover the bullet if it wasn't lost in the gut pile... ::)

    CW
     

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  2. drsjr1969

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    I have to wait till Saturday to try and get mine with a 10mm

    Nice job


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    Nice kill. What was the load?
     
  4. ebm1973

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    Nice shot!
     
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  6. Cwlongshot

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    Thanks EBM,

    Is a Rifle better... It's all realitive, more powerful, yes. More accurate. At range maybe. Sure. For me and alot of people it's about the challenge. It's Lmost too easy with a rifle, a bow or hand gun more levels the playing field. (So to speak)
    I broke my back in '03 and can no longer bow hunt. Haven't gotten into Xbows but I am into handguns! LOL...

    I worked up loads with a 200 XTP all summer.... Last min I could not find the 15 I saved and did not have time to load more. So I used the old stand by, Factory Winchester Silver tips!!

    Thanks guys, its not my first hand gun deer, but its my first with a a GLOCK and first with a 10mm! It's a nice birthday present for me!

    CW
     
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  7. ebm1973

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    CW,

    That's exactly why I deleted the question after thinking about it for a few more minutes. Starting thinking about bows, muzzleloaders, etc. In any case, congratulations and nice shot!

    Meat on the table is a good thing! :)

    Eric
     
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    Nice job! I don't have the handgun skills to use it for hunting - only used my G20 on finishing shots. Were you shooting with a rest? In a stand?
     
  9. Cwlongshot

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    Thank you.

    It was a offhand shot at about 40 yards quartering to me.

    CW
     
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    Nice clean and humane kill for a responsible sportsman, thats hunting at it's finest... Makes perfect sense to accept a little challenge, yet not so much that it risks a dirty or suffering kill and not too much meat lost... Congrats..
     
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  11. Hummer

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    Excellent shot = excellent venison steaks. You did good work!
     
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    I had been led to believe the 10mm required a crew served weapon. Was I misled?


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    When cwlongshot fired his 10mm, 3 deer fell over dead in my pasture :)
     
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    And Chuck Norris fainted from the impact.....:rofl:
     
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    Good shot sir, and from all appearances, a quick clean kill.
     
  19. Cwlongshot

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    Thanks guys!

    I dunno what happened to the pics... I'll check with server..

    He has been in a cooler, to ight I hope to recover the bullet!! Stay tuned....

    CW
     
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