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Old 10-11-2018, 12:53 PM   #1
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I am looking at purchasing a handgun to hunt with and I was wondering what caliber some of you might reccommend. This is a little bit different than all the other "What caliber" threads. I am particularly interested hearing from people that have one of the calibers mentioned or those who have experience with them. That being said, if you were to buy a handgun to hunt with, which of the three would you choose:

1. .44 Magnum - Thompson Center Contender Super 14 or Smith & Wesson Performance Center 629 Hunter
2. .460 Magnum- Smith and Wesson Performance Center XVR
3. .357 Maximum-Thompson Center Contender Super 14
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Old 10-11-2018, 01:01 PM   #2
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22 for you.
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Of the three the 44 I have shot and hunted with. I also have a 454. I really like my 454. You can shoot 45 long colt out of it to get familiar with the feel of the gun. Get 454 hunting ammunition and resight gun for the ammuminition. Hits hard and very accurate for me out to 50 yards. I hunt both pistols open sight and both are Freedom Arms revolvers. I would shoot the 3 and see what fits you
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have you given the glock 40 in 10mm a look?
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Do you reload?
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Had a 29 Smith that was lights out on deer/hogs... didn't like the recoil of the 240gr bullets so I loaded some hot 180gr Sierra bullets and my gun liked them a lot... full pass thru on every deer I shot. Kept shots inside of 50 yards, though practiced out to 100... open sights.

Have several T/C's... not the ones you asked about. Favorite T/C barrel is the 7-30 Waters... 120 gr. 7mm bullet in a 30-30 case. sub moa out to 200 yards. Killed many deer, coyotes and couple bobcats with it. 2.5-8 LER Leupold. Great deer animal size caliber and easy on the recoil...
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have you given the glock 40 in 10mm a look?
No sir, I have not. I am not interested in hunting with a GLOCK.

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Do you reload?
I dont right now, but I know someone that does.

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Had a 29 Smith that was lights out on deer/hogs... didn't like the recoil of the 240gr bullets so I loaded some hot 180gr Sierra bullets and my gun liked them a lot... full pass thru on every deer I shot. Kept shots inside of 50 yards, though practiced out to 100... open sights.

Have several T/C's... not the ones you asked about. Favorite T/C barrel is the 7-30 Waters... 120 gr. 7mm bullet in a 30-30 case. sub moa out to 200 yards. Killed many deer, coyotes and couple bobcats with it. 2.5-8 LER Leupold. Great deer animal size caliber and easy on the recoil...
Thank you for the input. I have considered that caliber as well, but the other three are available for me to purchase right now.
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If you donít reload I would stay away from the 357max. I have a S&S 500 mag, and although it is capable of being a hunting gun I would never use it as such. Just too unnecessarily big and heavy, particularly when a 44mag will do everything you want. Of the three I would choose 44mag. I prefer Ruger SBH, but S&w is good too.

I also have a 454 Casull and like someone else recommended I would consider it as well. 45 Colt can be mild to wild and then 454 is a big step up if you want it.


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If your dead set on those three options, I'd pick 44 mag.

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Not dead set on the three, but that is what I was thinking about. Would you mind sharing your suggestion or any other experience with a different caliber? I am all ears.
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22 for you.
Which platform would you suggest?
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Which platform would you suggest?
Probably a cricket rifle
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Thank you. I will look into that. I appreciate it.

Does anyone else have any other suggestions? The money is burning a hole in my pocket.
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Old 10-11-2018, 02:33 PM   #14
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I've killed a lot of deer with a S&W Model 29 .44 magnum. 240 grain bullet jhp or just a jacketed soft point they both work well.

Killed a few deer with a .357 magnum but it's not the deer and hog killer that the .44 is. But it will kill them.
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I have a Freedom Arms Premier Grade .454 Casull I'd sell or maybe trade, if you're interested. Leupold 2x scope, another Leupold red dot sight, holster, 8" barrel, about 500 rounds of loaded ammo and brass....

It's a great hunting pistol.
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Old 10-11-2018, 02:45 PM   #16
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I have a Freedom Arms Premier Grade .454 Casull I'd sell or maybe trade, if you're interested. Leupold 2x scope, another Leupold red dot sight, holster, 8" barrel, about 500 rounds of loaded ammo and brass....

It's a great hunting pistol.
Do you have any pics? I am intrigued now. You have my attention.
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Do you have any pics? I am intrigued now. You have my attention.
Here you go










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Old 10-11-2018, 03:00 PM   #18
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10mm is an awesome round.
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Model 629 44 magnum with a 6.5" barrel or 4". Run a 280 grain WFN cast bullet at 1100 fps, it will kill anything in the US Canada and most of Africa. But that Freedom Arms made me drool just a little.
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Old 10-11-2018, 04:55 PM   #20
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Lone Eagle in 308 if you can find one.
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If you are not intending on reloading, stick with the .44
If you decide to take up reloading go with the .454.
I have a Gary Reeder .454 and find the full house 240 grain factory loads at 1900 fps to be a bit much out of the light handgun.
I load 45LC 240 grains at 1450 fps or just a little more than .44 mag velocity and it is much more pleasurable to shoot and does a fine job on Deer and hogs
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of the ones listed 44, but not in the contender. I had one in a 10" gun and with full power loads it was raunchy, and i shoot a 475 linebaugh, so i aint real recoil shy. That said, i like a 45 convertible, or for more power the linebaugh the best. but a 44 is nice too.

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Now that's a pig pistol!!
Love them Bisley style frames.
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Not dead set on the three, but that is what I was thinking about. Would you mind sharing your suggestion or any other experience with a different caliber? I am all ears.
I use a .45 Long Colt in Ruger Black Hawk. It's open sights and I think 7 inch barrel. I have only shot one deer with it but love it. I reload my own. You can load some really hot stuff all the way down to cowboy loads. My hunting round is estimated 1100 to 1200 fps. IMO it doesn't kick as much as .44 mag.

I'm really glad I picked it. However, if I didn't reload I might look at other calibers.
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Model 629 44 magnum with a 6.5" barrel or 4". Run a 280 grain WFN cast bullet at 1100 fps, it will kill anything in the US Canada and most of Africa. But that Freedom Arms made me drool just a little.


Agree with the hard cast at mild velocities. I shot a deer in the chest with a 250gr Keith loaded to 1200fps and it went lengthwise through the deer and exited out the back leg. Dropped it where it stood


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Of those three number 1. But if you get the encore instead of the contender, your options go way up.
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Thank you. Would you mind PM'ing me a price. That is pretty.
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I would really like to stick with a pistol caliber. I have too many rifles and want to try something new.
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My favorite is a scoped Ruger Super Redhawk in .454 Casull. I also like my iron sighted Ruger Super Blackhawk in .44 Mag.
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I have killed many deer, and hogs with a 44 mag. I used a Dan Wesson, and a scoped Thompson. Not calibers you asked about, but I also used the 300 whisper, and 45-70. In the Thompson with great success.
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keeping it simple can have it's own dividends like resale at some point if you decide,, a 44 revolver is not too hard to sell, has more than enough power, they tend to be very accurate,,, and the factory ammo selection makes the others far less useful ,,,,

if you don't not reload now, get the 44,,, because you might not ever start and it is way easier to find than the 454 or 357 max,,,, there is also no real reason to get the 44 in a single shot,,, because it can be useful as an all around gun,, not hunting only

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44 works easy to find bullets for
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Shane’s gun or that 629 in the classifieds would fit the bill nicely. I’ve been considering trying to kill one with a pistol myself. All I’ve got is a few 357s and a 45 LC. Should still work fine.
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I'm a .41 rem mag guy and I reload my own with starline brass. Shoot Leadhead gas checked 270gr slugs with 20.6 gr H110 at about 1450-1500 fps depending on which gun. I like the .41 because of it's flat trajectory making it a solid 100yd hunting pistol. Both my Ruger SS Bisley hunter and my Taurus Ragin Bull are solid with 2" groups at 100yds. These big old flat nose lead slugs rally smack when they hit soft tissue and knock the squeal plum out of a big hog. The 2x28mm weaver scope is all that needed and holds up the the harshest recoil.
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Shaneís gun or that 629 in the classifieds would fit the bill nicely. Iíve been considering trying to kill one with a pistol myself. All Iíve got is a few 357s and a 45 LC. Should still work fine.

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I have a Freedom Arms Premier Grade .454 Casull I'd sell or maybe trade, if you're interested. Leupold 2x scope, another Leupold red dot sight, holster, 8" barrel, about 500 rounds of loaded ammo and brass....

It's a great hunting pistol.


I vote for this. I have a Ruger Super Redhawk 454 Casull and itís a beast on big hogs.

You can also shoot 45LC for deer. If you donít reload Underwood makes some fantastic high horsepower 45LC loads with hard cast bullets.

IMO this would give you the most versatility.


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I have a Sig P220 Hunter in 10 mm. It's a beast and is really fun to shoot.
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Different, huh?
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The Smith .44 Mag.
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Old 10-12-2018, 01:08 PM   #42
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I would go with the 460. They are all great, but the versatility to use 454 and 45LC as well, kind of sets it apart. Love the maximum, but ammo selection will be limited at best these days.
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Old 10-13-2018, 09:17 AM   #43
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Of the three cartridges listed, I'd go with the .44. As ammo will be more readily available. You can also shoot .44 Specials which is like a .44 short, for plinking, defense, smaller shooters, and just plain ol fun. Lots of heavy loads can be run in a .44 up to +300grains. And back down to 180gr. I've owned a .44mag in Contender with the 10" octi-barrel. It was pleasant to shoot with the hopped up Specials. Mags were a handful with the lighter 10" octi-barrel. With practice and a good set-up in the Super 14 and scope, you can reach up to 150 for deer. It really don't take much to put a Texas deer down when you look at the ribs size. They break very easily. Large hogs are another subject. And prefer them a bit closer with the .44 mag. My first pistol deer back in 1984 was with a Super 14 in .41 mag and no scope. It's also my favorite rimmed magnum cartrige for Texas critters. My last pistol deer was with a Super 14 in .35 Remington with an old Burris 1.5-4x LER, through the neck at 101 yards.



As to my current "go-to" for hogs, I'm shooting a .45/410 from a 10" bull barrel T/C with some pretty hot loads. Accuracy is not great because of the bullet jump in the .410 chamber. But it's more than enough to put down hogs at 30 yards or less with my hot loads with a 250gr Hornady XTP, and 2400 powder. I like the .410 option because if I run across some quail or small game, I'm instantly ready for dinner once I screw in the little choke tube. I've also shot those same hot loads from a Super Redhawk in .454 like above. And the weight of the Super Redhawk (without a scope) really tamed them down to nothing.


Once again, I'd pick a .41 Mag if I was just deer and hog hunting in Texas. But a .44 in the TC with a 10" bull will do just fine, with or without a scope. And with the 10" and open sights, it's not overly cumbersome to still carry it while rifle or bow hunting.

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Michael, that 10" 45/.410 bbl is one of my favorites! It was actually the first contender I ever bought... that's what started my t/c addiction!!
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Michael, that 10" 45/.410 bbl is one of my favorites! It was actually the first contender I ever bought... that's what started my t/c addiction!!



Yep, one of my favs for all around carry at close range.
I've got several barrels in different cartridges, and a couple of frames.
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.44. More than enough for Texas critters, ammo isn’t that expensive, and it’s available everywhere.
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Get a Colt Delta Elite in 10mm
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