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I got a Tarus Tracker 357mag 6 1/2 rib barrel ported. what grain would ya'll reccomend for deer hunting.
 

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Winchester makes a 180 grain. Hornady makes the LeveRevolution ammo in 357. Try them and see which you like the best. (IF you can find them)
 

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A deer hunting 357 round is an intresting idea. With the 180 grain would you be favoring basically a heavier bullet in general?
 

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PM this question to GunOneDown. I beleave he has shot deer w/ .357. Maybe it was his stepdad, not real sure who told me, but someone has done it.
 

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It wasn't clear to me if you were considering reloading your own or buying some

Choice #2 - LeveRevolution if I were gonna hunt with it.

Choice #1 - Corbon Hunter series in 180 or 200 grain for 357 Mag
http://www.dakotaammo.net/products/corbon/hunter.htm

Choice #3 - I'm also kinda partial to Barnes X-bullets....Corbon uses them in their DPX line....they penetrate a little more and expand well. I think they only make it in a 125 gr though...You may consider that too light.

http://www.chuckhawks.com/cor-bon_DPX_pistol.htm


I'd like to "do" a deer with one of the above mentioned Corbon's and see...
 
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