Somewhat interesting data point but neither sarcastic or assy.Not to be a sarcastic ass but my daughter has a German Shepard that weighs just a bit less than the 130lb Whitetail.
Plenty of polymer stock high powered weapons out thereIf you really want to test your plastic gun out
Jealous x2(I own a FNX 45 Tactical) come up to Alaska
What is your suggestion? Is there any pistol caliber you find acceptable for your own purposes? And if not, what rifle calibers? Would you take a .270 rifle over a .460 in a FNX? 5.56, 308, 30-06 ... not sure what you're trying to say here sirand see how you feel with an underpowered round in your hand while you are ****ting yourself because you just disturbed a mother black bear's cubs. While Brown bears are bigger they will usually bite and swipe you until they think you are dead.... a female black bear will disembowel you and feed your still living body to herself and her cubs. You might be surprised how different it is in big woods rather than shooting through your chronograph from a bench, and the much vaunted concept of extra rounds in a Rowland conversion or the various 10mm semiautos out there don't matter at all when she bursts from the woods at a full speed charge only 17 yards away. The two times it happened to my hunting partner and I we were both glad that we carry our rifles with a round in the chamber, cocked and off safe.... you can not afford to lose even a part of a second.
GCMCG thank you very much for sharing and very cool weapon!