Many hunters have a favorite caliber and the firearm restrictions for the moose season are minimal, allowing a wide choice of calibers. However, for the greatest assurance of a clean kill, moose hunters should select a caliber with a minimum 150-grain bullet and a muzzle energy of at least 2,200 foot-pounds.
Will a 30/30 kill a grizzly bear?
The 30-30 is not a grizzly gun.
Will a 300 win mag kill a grizzly bear?
The . 300 Win mag is what I hunted grizzly, Black bear, and moose and big Caribou in Alaska with for many years and it is a very good caliber for stopping a charging animal with either a 180 Gr. or 220 gr. bullet.
Will a 308 kill an elephant?
The trick to killing an elephant is knowing exactly where to hit them, and then doing it. If you hit the spot, a . 308 will kill them.
Will a 6.5 Creedmoor kill a grizzly bear?
Now there is one caveat, if you’re in grizzly country then you need something more substantial. That Creedmoor round would probably bounce off a big bear and if it didn’t, you would wish it had. … It’s just proving to be a versatile round that does the business with a clean kill.
Can a 22 kill a bear?
22s can kill things like bears, short of brain and spinal cord shots, the . 22 may not incapacitate the bear quickly enough.