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it will with the wright gun, imma try to this year, but im gonna put my gun to the test frist
i dont know about deer but it increases damage....
all you need to do is take hanger nail or any nail which is pointed and very less in diameter as pellets are very soft you will be able to insert the nail from back to the front
just bought the hatsan bt 65 sb elite 25 cal......I've actually been thinking about starting to hunt for deer. There are a lot in my area. I'd like to start eating venison as well. I just don't know if I could pull it's guts out of it's a$$, after I shoot it. Any suggestions.
If I were to hunt large game, I would def use a big bore airgun just to feel more confident in a humane kill.
I have a bunch of airguns. I love them all. I have a webley patriot .25 ,a .50cal dragon claw and a gamo 177 extreme hunter. I know for a fact the 50 would kill a deer easily if hit in the right spot. Also I have seen the gamo 177 kill 200lb + hogs on YouTube. I'm pretty confident that it would kill a deer as well. It goes through 3/4 plywood with ease. I am NOT a hunter in the least. So I am just basing my comments on videos and seeing what it does to my targets. And yes, Lewis and Clark DID have and use airguns. :)
Get a benjamin rogue .357. They are only as loud as a .22 rimfire but can kill deer at 75 yards or greater.
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