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Greg 57ParticipantOctober 17, 2018 at 9:22 pmPost count: 19
I have been looking at the wording for the use of straight wall cartridges for deer bunting.
It looks as though the 450 bushmaster doesn’t fall within the criteria because it isn’t a handgun cartridge.
What are your thoughtsEmileemeneParticipantOctober 22, 2019 at 1:33 pmPost count: 4
It is remarkable, very valuable piece30-hot-06ParticipantOctober 22, 2019 at 2:35 pmPost count: 7
You can use them, says .450 bushmaster and .45 raptor are included in the criteria on the Iowa DNR website. The .450 bushmaster bullet drops pretty fast, I shot a buck at about 60 yards with one last year and it walked about 3 yards and dropped.cowboyParticipantOctober 23, 2019 at 7:16 amPost count: 392
I won a 450 last year at our NWTF banquet, need to get it out and shoot it, or sell it for something else!ECFirearmsParticipantOctober 23, 2019 at 8:36 amPost count: 1356
From the Hunting Regs booklet:
■■ Center-fired straight-walled rimless cartridges
with bullets from 0.357” to 0.500” diameter
as published by manufacturer and a case length
from 0.850” to 1.800.”
■■ Center-fired straight-walled rimmed cartridges
with bullets from 0.357” to 0.500” diameter as
published by manufacturer with a case length
from 1.285” to 1.800.”
■■ The following cartridges do not meet the
above criteria, but are allowed: .444 Marlin, .375
Winchester and .45-70 Govt.
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