33 Caliber for the Big Game
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33 Caliber for the Big Game

33 Caliber for the Big Game




      

33 Caliber for the Big Game


33 Caliber for the Big Game

I want to select a high power lever action rifle for hunting in a country where deer, bear and moose are found. Do you think the .33 has enough power for such a trip?

It is my opinion that one could not do better in choosing the .33. It is one of the most popular weapons in use where deer, caribou, moose and bear are found and is held in high favor by many experienced guides in big game country. A professional guide handling, as he does, many parties of shooters in a season, has ample opportunities to view the work of many high power rifles upon game and I have never heard from one yet that condemned the .33. It has plenty of power and a very reasonable recoil, a feature that enables many men to make more and better kills when using it than if they carried larger caliber with corresponding greater kick. My brother put in a whole winter hunting in Idaho with a party of four, there being two -33's, a .303 and a .25-35 in use and all were unanimous in voting the .33 a sure killer. He spoke of dropping several deer dead at ranges up to 250 yards, when the others only made blood trails which had to be followed up for a mile or so to secure the game. The .33 has sufficient velocity to make shooting at all ordinary hunting ranges easy as regards adjustment of sights and the good-sized, flat-pointed bullet possesses certain stopping. To handle this cartridge I would recommend the Marlin light-weight model '95, a very quick handling accurate gun of neat appearance. In addition to the barrel of Special Smokeless steel, this weapon possesses a receiver of the same material, a point that should lengthen its number of years of service materially.

Fur, News. Fur News, January 1916.

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