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norseman, May 23, 2019 in In the Field
/\ /\ What he said !!
In a generation or two, once science has cloned and reintroduced hunting packs of alosaurus, this will be a useful tool.
It would be useful if you were rich enough to hunt the Big Five in Africa even today.
Dam that thing sure penetrates steel plate. Wonder if it would penetrate a modern armored vehicle. The World WarII soldier did not like to be in something where the round entered then rattled around a bit before loosing its energy. It looks like he is afraid of a barrel failure because of the sand bags.
If your shooting at armored vehicles? Buy a 50 BMG. The .50-110 was designed to shoot Buffalo and Grizzly.
I don't care what anyone says about how tough the Sasquatches are, but a direct shot hitting the apes center mass would drop it
Why'd he shoot it twice? Also...the others didn't mind at all!
To make sure it stayed down.
That was not getting back up.
Legs were kicking... with my luck it would get back up and run off into a thorny canyon to die.
That's your video?