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I ordered 5 boxes of 7.5X54 French for my MAS 36. This ammo isn't hot enough to cycle my 49/56.
I also ordered two boxes of Remington .357 hollow points. Most of the revolvers I have stashed around the house are .357, like this big Taurus.
Taurus is a good manufacturer. I know a lot of people talk them down as cheap guns, but I certainly haven't found that to be the case.
I finished the order up with 5 boxes of 16 gauge buckshot for the Browning. I don't have a lot of ammunition for that shotgun so I am picking it up here and there.
Awhile back, I mentioned using bear spray as a non-lethal deterrent for Goblins. Several people spoke of using wasp and hornet spray as a cheaper substitute. I know a great many people do that here in North Georgia, as bear spray costs $36.00 or so and the Hornet spray is about $3.00. It has the same range and I imagine it would do the same job.
In the newest edition of Guns and Ammo, somebody wrote a letter to the editor, and said there was some print on hornet spray cans that says "it is a violation of federal law to use this product in other than the prescribed manner, blah , blah." Apparently I missed a letter to the editor in a previous magazine that discussed the subject. To be honest, I am not going to worry overly much about that. I keep bear spray, but if I had hornet spray, and the occasion called for it, I'd use it.
|the newest edition has a Ruger 22LR pistol on the cover.|