Yes. A 9mm pistol will kill a deer at the right range (25 yards or closer) and with proper shot placement, so a carbine will be just as, if not more, effective.
Is a 9mm pistol good for hunting?
r., 22 Magnum, 32-20, 32 H&R Magnum, 38 Spl. and more are considered acceptable handgun hunting rounds for small game. The 9mm can take what game they take. Also consider that 9mm out of a rifle length barrel is going down range with a lot more energy then it leaves a pistol barrel with.
What size pistol will kill a deer?
Polymer-frame, semi-automatic pistols are very limited in big-game-suitable calibers. While the . 357 SIG and . 40 S&W will kill feral hogs and deer-size game, for most hunters, 10mm Auto should be viewed as the minimum for big-game hunting.
Can you deer hunt with a 9mm carbine?
The 9mm is not legal here to take deer, I personally don’t think a 9mm has enough power to cleanly take a deer. In pistol caliber rifles some of our legal calibers are . 357 Magnum, .
What animals 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)…
What’s the best all around pistol caliber?
The . 357 Magnum, 10mm and . 357 Sig rounds are better fits, as all three are capable (and proven) in both roles.
How far can a 9mm carbine kill?
As far as terminal effectiveness, it should give typical 9mm performance out to 100 yards.
What’s the point of a 9mm carbine?
9mm carbines have a number of advantages. Compared to a 9mm pistol they’re more powerful, have lighter recoil, are quieter, and easier to shoot with greater accuracy. You also get the advantage of ammo and magazine commonality.