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What is a Brush Gun? Part 2

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In this much requested follow up to the original video, we take a look a several other calibers that could be considered good “brush” rounds for hunting applications. Lets see what happens. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “What is a Brush Gun? Part 2

  1. Modern Brush Gun build series? 458 socom, 50 beowolf, 45 raptor, 450 Bushmaster, and every other big bore. Throw in AR shotguns like ATI’s 410 for good measure.

  2. I enjoyed your Brush Gun info. It is what we have always thought and supposed it to be true. Thanks for the demonstrations. Here’s an idea: how about a heavy bullet going FAST. Perhaps a .375 H&H or heck, I’ve seen your gun closet. Pick one!! A heavy fast one, and then a heavier, faster one. If your shoulder can endure… . LOL

  3. Privet thicket at close range? 20 gage ithaca model 37 deerslayer with foster slugs.
    Pre-Remington Marlin .44 magnum.
    No federals. Never!!
    No henrys.
    Always use the best manufactured ammo you can get or load your own.

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