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Hunting is a sport that involves the use of firearms or other weapons such as archery equipment and other primitive equipment in the pursuit of wild animals or birds. It also can describe any activity that employs the use of these weapons for target shooting purposes, but is usually reserved for the pursuit and taking of wild game with weapons. Hunting is the primary means by which animal populations are kept within humane and manageable limits by the harvesting of a suitable percentage of the population to maintain a viable and healthy census of wildlife. Overpopulation results in disease, starvation, nuisance infiltration and unwanted human interaction. Hunting is an extremely important economical consideration as well as for game management purposes.

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The concept of the “ideal” bullet is as assumption of conditions, animal, range, velocity, caliber, expansion capabilities, accuracy and even more variables if you really want to consider them all.

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Posted In Black Powder Ballistics on Thursday, September 24th 2020
The tendency for shooters to think that muzzle velocity has a significant impact on the point of impact down range.
Posted In Black Powder Ballistics on Wednesday, September 23rd 2020
Muzzleloader projectiles are basically offered in three styles for consideration.
Posted In Black Powder Ballistics on Wednesday, September 23rd 2020
Muzzleloaders have basically three aspects that combine the “load”.
Posted In Black Powder Ballistics on Tuesday, September 22nd 2020
While there are those who might consider this a valuable piece of information to have tucked away in their brain, it made me wonder what kind of mind truly needs to know this.
Posted In Black Powder Ballistics on Monday, September 21st 2020
Whereas centerfire rifles are fairly simple to shoot with relatively dependable accuracy using factory ammunition, the muzzleloader is a horse of a different color.
Posted In Black Powder Ballistics on Monday, September 21st 2020
The concept of the “ideal” bullet is as assumption of conditions, animal, range, velocity, caliber, expansion capabilities, accuracy and even more variables if you really want to consider them all.
Posted In Black Powder Ballistics on Monday, September 21st 2020
As much as we would like to think the muzzleloader is a 7mm or 30-06 when it comes to range, it’s just not going to happen.
Posted In Black Powder Ballistics on Monday, September 21st 2020
Muzzleloaders have been around longer than any other type of firearm.
Posted In Black Powder Ballistics on Sunday, September 20th 2020
One of the contributing factors to penetration on game animals by bullets is that of sectional density.