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Re: Rifle scope question one mead for 22 on a M1 carbine

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To be accurate, the M1 Carbine round is a round designed to be used in a rifle that was intended to replace the 45 ACP M1911A1 pistol. Yes, it's a small rifle round on par with the 32/20 I mentioned earlier or maybe a standard 38 Special load. As long as they are close and you place your shots right, fine. But it's not generally considered a "deer round", anymore than my 32/20, a 25/20, 9mm, 45ACP or 25 Auto. Lets not give some noobie the idea the 30 Carbine is anything like a general purpose deer cartridge.

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 Re: Rifle scope question one mead for 22 on a M1 carbine in reply to Bret4207, 10-23-2013 17:03:31  
By no means am I trying to say it is the best choice for deer hunting but when the person has a limit in how much they can hold up it is better then nothing or having a gun that is so heavy they make poor shoots with. To me any round smaller then a 30Cal is to small for deer like the 223 or the 243 or the 22-250mag. I use and have used a Russian SKS as a deer rifle now for over a decade and been very happy with how it preforms and my back up is my 44mag pistol

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