Pics of 45ACP vs deer with fmj

Pics of 45ACP vs deer with fmj

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    45acp with FMJ. Shot this morning from a stand using the Colt Gov model and hand loaded ammo. Shot was just under 20 yards or so, and quartering away. The last photo shows the broken shoulder bone. Good straightline penetration through chest cavity smashing all bone. You can see from the second photo that the right leg is completely destroyed.

    Tomorrow I am going to use a 9mm again with 147 grn HPs, again. And yes, I am on vacation again.
    It was dead right there.
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    You better get the butter and onions ready for the straps....Nice deer, nice shot.....
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    Uncle Ted will love this!

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    Wisconsin requires a 5.5" barrel length. sighhhhh. will have to buy another gun (revolver) just for hunting here. Nice thing is that any caliber is OK as long as it's center-fire. Easier with a revolver as the 5.5" is measured from firing pin to end of the barrel. Nice deer let us know how the 9mm works for you
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    Interesting to see real word result; thanks for sharing.

    Delaware requires 5.75" min barrel to 12.5" max barrel; pistol caliber only, no semiauto handguns. Not to mention the season is not until January.
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    Solid bone break.

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    Nice shot!

    It must be getting late in the day, looking at that made me hungry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WHEC724 View Post
    Nice shot!

    It must be getting late in the day, looking at that made me hungry.
    Got some in the fryin pan now WHEC, come on over!
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    Wow, quite the wound from a pistol caliber FMJ...that is impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by glockman10mm View Post
    Tomorrow I am going to use a 9mm again with 147 grn HPs, again. And yes, I am on vacation again.
    It was dead right there.
    Awesome! Very interested in the outcome of this one... Good luck Gman....
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    Furry Matted Jacket....what got me turned around was thinking that deer had coats

    enjoy a good shoot
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    That made me hungry for some venison!
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    You just shot Bambis girlfriend!!!

    Congratulations Glockman!

    If I went hunting for deer with a pistol, It'd have to be the Dan Wesson .357
    Bowhunting has sucked around here so far.
    Rifle/gun opens Nov. 15th.
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    Brother said his contact up in Gaylord said they just started seriously rutting on Thursday or Friday 3rd & 4th.
    Thanks for the info. Like Gotabkiddin said, It'll be interesting to see what the 9mm does.
    Hunt safe Gman, and everyone else heading out in the next few weeks.
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    Did the bullet exit?

    If not, were you able to recover it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zacii View Post
    Did the bullet exit?

    If not, were you able to recover it?
    Yes it did exit.
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