Rifle Ammunition Bristol CT

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Wolf'S Indoor Range & Shooting Center
860585044
597 Middle St Rt 229
Bristol, CT
 
Ssi
860589800
675 Emmett St
Bristol, CT
 
Powerline Firearms
860410180
80 Farmington Valley Dr
Plainville, CT
 
Crack Shot Guns
(765) 642-4867
715 East 53rd Street
Anderson4, IN
 
Sportsmen''S Outpost Inc.
(203) 879-1139
415 Wolcott Road
Wolcott, CT
 
Gary M Pranger Firearms & Archery
860584832
267 Pennwood Pl
Bristol, CT
 
Ct. Guns & Sporting Goods
860793199
133 Pickney Ave
Plainville, CT
 
Master Arms Unlimited Llc
860747258
13 Grace Ave
Plainville, CT
 
T&S Manufacturing
860628817
1223 Mount Vernon Rd
Southington, CT
 
Tri-Mar Mfg Co Inc
860628479
191 Captain Lewis Dr
Southington, CT
 

Finding The Perfect Bullet

The key to proper whitetail bullet selection is to balance penetration and expansion in a whitetail-size target.

It all boils down to the bullet. No matter what cartridge you choose or how accurate your gun, the only thing that actually impacts your quarry and brings it down is the bullet.

Today's ammunition for whitetail-appropriate cartridges offer a wide and often confusing array of bullet options and types, all claimed by their manufacturers to be "ideal" whitetail choices. Fortunately, most of them actually are. But at the same time, these various bullets also differ greatly in their design, impact characteristics, expansion and weight retention, and an intelligent understanding of their differences is a great aid in making a choice that will provide the results you need no matter what kind of shot you may find yourself confronting.

Compared to larger game animals, whitetails are relatively easy to kill. Their muscle density, bone mass, and overall body weight and dimensions are in fact very similar to those of a human being. It is no accident that many of our traditionally most popular whitetail cartridges derived from military rounds like the 7mm Mauser, .308 Winchester, or .30-06, and their many offshoots. However, traditional military-type non-expanding full-metal jacket bullets are not appropriate for hunting because they cause little organ damage and tend to fully penetrate, leaving a very small wound channel. The...

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