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Old 06-11-2019, 08:42 AM
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Originally Posted by Paul Workman View Post
I've NO experience with WMR on critters. I guess I just figured "anything a 22LR could do, a WMR could do better!"

A 22LR is/was a slaughter house round for cattle, but that isn't legitimate proof of it as a practical round to take 700# critters. So, my question is, what size critters or at what range limits do y'all say the 22 WMR is a practical caliber choice?
Hey, Rooster, I hear some guys have trouble killing cattle even with something WAAAAAY bigger than .22LR. Any experience with that?

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