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Old 11-14-2012, 3:24 PM
wtkaiser wtkaiser is offline
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A mountain lion is thin-skinned and bones aren't that massive, and can reliably (by whose definition?) be taken with much less gun than a .357, assuming he is treed. BUT I have to say that this is just what I have read in a few sources, not personal experience. I believe Bob Milek wrote that a .22 magnum would reliably take a treed lion. The trouble is getting them up there in the first place!
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