Awesome load work and great job on the pig in less than ideal light.
If I’m gonna slow a bullet down to lessen recoil........and ultimately reduce impact and expansion capabilities............I’d rather do that with a .30cal bullet than a 6mm bullet. The 6mm thrives on speed. The .30cal doesn’t need it as much for terminal effect. And as to a .30-30 Win or .308 Win..........if the same bullet is slowed down to the same velocity from both cartridges......it don’t matter which case launched it. Comfort of the launching platform is the deciding factor.
Not really. Other than water becomes more important to them.
I almost forgot about that. Here as temperatures rise, so does the water with atleast some rain on most days.
Our draught time (winter/early spring) water levels drop considerably, but do not disappear. It just gives them more bank to root and tear up, of course that and them laying in it pollutes the water pretty bad in some areas. Lately they are moving out of the management areas and farms into rural parts of South Florida. It is not unusual to see them tearing up home gardens and flower gardens in the towns of Davie and Plantation these days.