Rifles For Under 300 Yards

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Most game is shot close, not far away. Dr. van Zwoll tells why he prefers “short-range” rifles, and how to make them more deadly. Here’s 40 years of hunting distilled from Wayne and other veteran hunters. These notes on rifles, loads, sights, shooting techniques – and hunting! – will help you kill game inside 300 yards. Make that 200, where long-range rifles can handicap you!
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2 thoughts on “Rifles For Under 300 Yards”

  1. I have much affection for a light weight 30.06 with a 22″ barrel – I prefer a good 165/168 premium bullet but there’s nothing at all wrong with a 180 either as both are deadly to 500 yards if the shooter knows his(her) stuff

  2. I’ve hunted with a 30:30 all my life. I shoot a 150 grain bullet and I hunt deer, elk, just about any North American game animal with it. It is absolutley deadly at 60 to 150 yards where most of my shots take place. I don’t use a scope. I shoot with open “buckhorn” sites. If I can’t see an animal with my eyes it’s too far for me to try a shot. I also have never ever lost an animal because of a poor shot and it ran off wounded. Just saying. Big high powered rifles aren’t necessarily the cat’s meow for everybody.

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