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IS A 357 A BIG ENOUGH BACK UP GUN WHILE BOW HUNTIN A HOG

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  • #16
    As long as you don't mean .357 Sig, sure.

    Ted Nugent uses a 10mm auto as his hog backup. Pretty wild to see him unload it on one after skewering it with 3 arrows.

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    • #17
      depends on how fast you can pull it out

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      • #18
        Back in the day, .38 specials were all that people had in the way of revolvers and somehow they managed to survive long enough to create the ensuing generations (us). You will find the .357 to be more than adequate, don't get caught up in the "if it's not new, don't use it" hype. Just because there are bigger rounds than the .357 doesn't mean that you need them. Get out that .357 with jacketed soft points and full metal jackets in an alternating pattern in the cylinders and go confidently.

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        • #19
          Agreed with Del in KS answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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