For the big critters.
I know this has been asked a lot before, but thought I would start a new thread.
I now live in the lower 48 and use a 10mm auto for hog hunting.
I am working on some new loads, 6" bbl, 200 gr hardcast over 800-x that should
be at about 800-850+ FPE. Might work up some 220 grainers too.
In a few years hopefully I will be moving to AK and want something for 4 legged protection while hunting. I had a 460V, but it was just too big and heavy to schlep around so I sold it. Very nice gun though. It was an overkill for anything down here anyway.
When I get ready to move, I could also just pick up a 454 casull, like the 2" bbl ruger or maybe a 4-5" barreled 454 but again heavy.
At any rate a 10mm auto is a lot lighter and I could probably get off 2 shots by the time I recover from one shot from a 2" bbl casull, but If I only had one shot I would take the casull.
Thanks in advance