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  • Jacob Avery Foote

    Desert eagle is not a brand name, they are made by magnum research. And the judge is certainly not an “oversized handgun”. Just saying..

  • Jacob Avery Foote

    That’s an uneducated statement. A bullet wound is a bullet wound. No matter the caliber you WILL be on your ass. You’re not Rambo kid..

  • deer hunter

    shot a deer at 100yards with a 22 cal stinger hollow point.droped it were it stood

    • Me

      Proud poacher,huh?

  • finger of god

    All this talk about the 22. Come on it’s a varmint round yes you can kill just about anything with a well placed shot go ahead take one on a lion hunt and you will be coming out of the lions ass in the late afternoon. If you want the best round for all of north America and big game go to the one and only the master of all, the finger of GOD ! 416 Remington magnum 400 swift A frame soft point partition. Bring home the rest of the meat and fill your freezer with pre tenderized chunks. I hit a ten point buck in the chest at over 100 yards through a three inch young tree about 32 inches up, the round held together took his heart OUT and I found the round stuck in his left rump roast. I dressed him in his tracks. When I pull the trigger, I bring home meat. One shot Done !

  • Finger of God

    Oh and by the way Bigger is better, I use and trust my 629 classic 44 mag S&W in brushed stainless with Pac, grips. 300 grain silver tip hollow point. Just in the event I come across a werwolf. I haven’t yet but it’s nice to know if I do I’m not shooting a toy rimfire 22. End Ps. The round of choice for most law enforcement officers is the 40 S&W because it’s bigger than a 9 mm and it works like a 44. stick that in your 22 pipe and smoke it.

    • Me

      The 40 S&W only exists because after the FBI commissioned development of the 10mm they found that the affirmative action hires they’re forced to live with couldn’t handle the full power charge.
      How’s it feel to know that your “Massive Manstopper Cartridge” was born out of the reality that women can’t handle high caliber loads?

  • Dan C.

    Would have been nice to include the .357 Maximum also. The following is from Wikipedia (I have a terrible memory and had to resort to this):
    ” The .357 Maximum, formally known as the .357 Remington Maximum or the .357 Max, is a super magnum handgun cartridge originally developed by Elgin Gates as the wildcat .357 SuperMag. The .357 Maximum was introduced into commercial production as a joint-venture by Remington Arms Company and Ruger in 1983 as a new chambering for the Ruger Blackhawk. Shortly thereafter, Dan Wesson Firearms and Thompson/Center Arms introduced firearms in this cartridge. United Sporting Arms chambered it in their Silhouette series single-action revolvers. It is a .357 Magnum case lengthened 0.300 inches (7.6 mm). Based on the .357 Magnum cartridge, a revolver or single-shot pistol designed for the .357 Max can fire .357 Magnum, .38 Special, .38 Long Colt, and .38 Short Colt rounds. Intended primarily as a silhouette cartridge, such high velocity and energy levels have hunting applications.[2] SAAMI pressure level for this cartridge is set at 48,000 pounds per square inch (330 MPa) CUP.

    Despite stellar performance, the high pressure and velocity of the cartridge caused flame cutting of revolver top straps (due to the use of light 110 and 125 grains (7.1 and 8.1 g) bullets), and the cartridge has since been dropped by all manufacturers who so chambered their revolvers. Single shot pistols and rifles (e.g., Thompson/Center Contender) are still available in this caliber, and remain popular among hand loaders.”

    This weapon came with either an 11″ or 14″ barrel.

    While it may not classify as a”huge personal firearm” it isn’t exactly a small one either.

    Given my choice of sidearms I’ll stick with the .357 magnum.