I took mine with a smith and wesson 460 xvr it was awsome. They are and have been my passion for years. my fiance and i are moving to Alaska for the reason of hunting them. you have got yourself a beautiful trophy my man.
WS...............nice bulls. Man I would not want to walk through your trophy room in the dark and kick that bull by accident.
I have seen lots of muskox up north in the Northwest Territories and what is now Nunavut when I have been up there. One of these days I will go for one but I will use a muzzleloader. I think your handgun is a perfect idea if the jerks in government up here would ever go for it.......not in my lifetime.
Thank you for the compliments. yeah i know how you feel about them getting their heads out of their butts. and i have kicked it once only once, hurt like heck. now my fiance wants to go for grizzly. so we'll see what happens.
I have learned quite a bit over the past few years turkey hunting and the majority of it was how to get that tom within range. Every article you read is littered with talk of fighting purrs, flydown cackles and clucks. What they don't tell you is now that you've caught that tom's interest and he's coming on a string... now what? I have seen more blown or missed turkeys from lack of experience in this area than I can imagine. If you can't seal the deal than you may as well have left the...