4 years ago#1
brettmeister
Junior Member
Blogs: 0
Forum: 32
Votes: 0

I'm sure I'll catch **** for this, but you asked. Personally shot 3 whitetails over the years with one. Hollow points, tree stand, 25 yd., head shots, dead deer in a heap. Oh yeah, it was a single shot rifle.

Further communication on this topic has been disabled.
4 years ago#2
motrbotr
Junior Member
Blogs: 0
Forum: 34
Votes: 0

About the 10/22.It's a reliable piece for small game.However it is usally of the 22 long rifle caliber,NOT A 22 MAGNUM.The 22 magnum has been known to take white tail deer(eye or ear).Usally this is illegal.It is widely used for tukey(head or neck shot)where hunting regulations

Further communication on this topic has been disabled.
4 years ago#3
lafah
Junior Member
Blogs: 0
Forum: 31
Votes: 0

I have the AMT .22 AutoMag.

Splendid weapon, I keep it in my nightstand and as soon as I feel confident with it I plan on taking many squirrels with it.

Further communication on this topic has been disabled.
4 years ago#4
Euan
Junior Member
Blogs: 0
Forum: 36
Votes: 0

The .22 Magnum is still a mystery. I own one myself, darned if I know why. Guess I was wandering around the store, and I didn't know what I wanted, and that's what I ended-up with. Perhaps they were playing subliminal hints on the loudspeaker. Something like 'It's a rat race out there, and the rats are getting bigger and meaner, so get yourself a .22 Magnum!'. Or possibly ' Are you sure you own at least one of every kind of gun ever made?'. I wasn't planning to kill anything in particular, Just wanted something to shoot while the barrels of my other guns are cooling off. Hope that helps.

Further communication on this topic has been disabled.
4 years ago#5
TERMINUS
Junior Member
Blogs: 0
Forum: 26
Votes: 0

Ruger just came out with a variant of 10/22 in 22 Mag..I am thinking of purchasing one

Further communication on this topic has been disabled.
4 years ago#6
Don
Junior Member
Blogs: 0
Forum: 27
Votes: 0

After deer season Jan.1 we have small game season till the first of March you can only carry a 22 rimfire or shot gun with shot no larger than no.2 but you can still shoot wildhogs and coyotes at this time I have wondered if a 22 mag. would take a small wildhog? I think it would take a coyote

NRA Life Member

Further communication on this topic has been disabled.
4 years ago#7
bh_ajay
Fresh Member
Blogs: 0
Forum: 17
Votes: 0

They will defiantly take coyote reliably. Just avoid long shots. I kill several coyotes each month here on my farm with a .22 mag.

Russ

Further communication on this topic has been disabled.
4 years ago#8
adrewscudera
Junior Member
Blogs: 0
Forum: 24
Votes: 0

Coyote yes Hog, no

Further communication on this topic has been disabled.
By entering this site you declare you read and agreed to its Terms, Rules & Privacy and you understand that your use of the site's content is made at your own risk and responsibility.
Copyright © 2006 - 2015 My Hunting Buddies