Originally Posted by Aaron88
I am pretty new to guns, really only in the last few years and all I was shooting was .22's for a bit and I dont hunt so I wasnt used to the beating from deer rifle calibers but they are fun for a few shots. The only reason I didnt buy a 22 rifle was because there are about 20 of them floating around when I go out with family instead I just spent $99 on a .410 shotgun and it has been perfect for me so far.
I would also say that everyone should start with a .22 long rifle as a beginners gun because if they like it they can go big and if they dont like it they havent blown a huge pile of money.
Deer rifles really dont kick that bad
You get use to it. Shoot I am at the point that when I go shooting I always come back with a bruised arm
, but its just something im use to now. Its not till the next day it kinda bothers me
.But the average guns that are at our little shoot outs between me and my buddies just to name a couple of em
12 guage shotguns up to 3.5 inch
a old school 2 inch bore black powder cannon (you dont shoulder that one
I think you get the point, theres alot more there usually but those just ones i could pick off the top of my head
If you think the average deer rifle kicks you should try shooting a .338 mag.