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Hunting hogs w/ 10mm

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  • Hunting hogs w/ 10mm

    Anyone here tried hunting hogs with a 10mm? Im thinking about getting a Glock 20 for hunting hogs when I don't feel like carrying a rifle.
    Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition

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    Re: Hunting hogs w/ 10mm

    I have never shot the 10mm but from what I have heard it sounds like it should do the job. I have used the .357mag and a well placed shot drops them everytime. Good luck. :)
    The deadliest weapon in the world is a Marine and his/her rifle.

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      Re: Hunting hogs w/ 10mm

      I have never shot a 10mm either but I heard it is close in ballistics to the 357 ?
      Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition

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      • #4
        Re: Hunting hogs w/ 10mm

        Penetration is far more important than expansion when it comes to hunting hogs, a hollow-point would be my last choice for a hunting round. Check the stores/shops near you and see if you can find any ammo similar to these - or simply order it from Midway.

        Cor-Bon 180grn soft points
        http://www.midwayusa.com/eproductpage.e ... t=11082005

        Double Tap
        http://www.midwayusa.com/eproductpage.e ... t=11082005


        I was getting all set-up to hunt with a 10mm but hit some financial speed bumps and had to let it go.
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          Re: Hunting hogs w/ 10mm

          Originally posted by packinaglock
          I have never shot a 10mm either but I heard it is close in ballistics to the 357 ?
          But of course with a much bigger chunk of lead. I do think the 44 mag is a better choice unless you have plenty of backup in case the hog decides to put the bite on you. :D

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