Re: Please help me pick the right Caliber
Thank you for defending our freedoms! I have to say that good options have been offered, but legality of cartridge for squirrel is limited. I suppose you could do some outlawing, but I know in Pennsylvania it is illegal to use anything bigger than a .23 caliber on squirrels. You can only use a rimfire no bigger than .22 during Fall Turkey and Muzzle Loader season.
My thoughts would be toward the .204, with head shots only on squirrels. I guess this would be a good marksman practice at picking off little targets. If you want to go extreme range on Pdogs, than I am on board with the .243. I also like what Kirby had said about thinking about projectile and what you want to accomplish.
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Last edited by liltank; 07-30-2009 at 09:13 AM.