Txhillbilly,And also with a 22lr & 22wmr?
Oh I know that, and I'm not promoting Poaching. I was just stating a fact that deer aren't hard to kill.Txhillbilly,
LOTS of poachers have killed MANY deer with a suppressed .22 over the years BT it's hardly "hunting".
Truth is that WT are just NOT that hard to kill. - My cousin, Sterling, killed a crippled spike buck some years ago with a .36 caliber BP "reissue" Colt's 1851 revolver, shooting from a rocking chair on his back porch.
(Sterling called me & asked if I wanted half of a young buck, after he "put it out of its misery".)
And if you were to accidentally leave the KelTec at my house the next time you visit, I would be more than happy to give it a good home!For a quick, compact defensive style weapon that's easy to conceal, the Kel-Tec Sub 2000 is hard to beat. I wouldn't own a 9mm weapon, just never liked the cartridge.
But I do like the 40 S&W.
I've got several handgun's in 40 S&W as well as a Sub 2k and Ruger PC Carbine. The carbines have no problem reaching out past 100 yards accurately. I also load sub-sonic loads for mine when I want to be quiet with my suppressor.
If you want a carbine with a little more punching power Hi-Point makes one in 10mm or you can find the old Ruger 44 magnum carbines on the used market.
Yeah... I hear you but... I'm actually seeing 7.62, 5.56, 223 in Academy on a fairly regular basis. 6.5 isn't even on their endangered species list and is still located in the hunting department. That said... I haven't paid particular attention to grain/case material of those rounds but they are available - for now.Whatever ammo and gun with the same numbers on the box you can find at this point.