Why a Magnum?
Magnum. The word is
synonymous with power, long range, and a certain cachѐ, which implies
those who shoot them are uncompromising rifle enthusiasts. Are magnum
hunting cartridges really necessary? After all, a deer hit in a vital
spot with a .30-30 will be just as dead as hit with a .300 Weatherby
The answer is magnums exist because they do a job better than
anything else. After all, if they didn’t work, hunters would have
rejected them long ago. All hype aside, magnums do one thing very
well—they hit harder at much longer ranges and often with flatter
trajectory. They also provide extra power not found in standard
cartridges at close range, which many hunters find useful on very large
or dangerous game.
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