Oh, its also perfectly legal to shoot a deer with a 9mm here in the state of Missouri, so lets get that comment out of the way too.
Can you hunt with 9mm ammo?
I know what hunts you. 9mm kills small game just fine, though sometimes with too much damage to the meat on such small critters to be useful. For this reason, the . 22 LR usually is a better choice.
Is 9 mm good for deer hunting?
A 9mm would kill a deer. And if you use the heavier 147 grain loads with a bonded bullet you might even get an exit wound. I, personaly, will not use less than a 10mm with a full power load and an expanding or hard cast lead bullet. Even with that my self imposed range limit is 40yds on a good broadside shot.
Can you shoot a deer from your house in Missouri?
2. Missouri residents may hunt or trap on their own property without a permit, with the exception of deer, turkey, and some kinds of waterfowl. You are not allowed to hunt within 150 yards of a residence using a firearm, archery it is 50 yards.
Why do hunters wear camouflage if deer are color blind?
Most importantly, deer are not able to see bright blaze orange. … The photos are of hunters using color specific camo to hide from the readers, not from deer. Marketers know that people can’t set aside their emotional bias when they buy camo – “if that camo hides from me it must hide from deer”.
Would a 9mm stop a bear?
A 9mm parabellum is woefully under powered to stop a bear. The cartridge was never designed for use against animals as large as a bear. The short answer is no. It will not stop a bear.
Will a field tip kill a deer?
Broadhead Vs Field Tip Arrows
A field tip is from a hunting point of view useless, it only inflicts pain but does not really kill any animals.
What can you kill with a 9mm?
However, within those perameters, and with well placed shots and the proper load, a 9mm will kill anything with 1 or 2 shots. Any animal that walks the planet, as long as it’s a head shot (frontal: between the eyes when head is raised; broad side: behind the ear; the latter being preferred)…