Is the .223 Rem. a Deer Cartridge?

The question of the day: Is the .223 Remington/5.56 NATO cartridge an adequate deer cartridge?

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By Bryce Towsley
September 30, 2013

There is no doubt that the .17 WSM elevates rimfire ballistics to a new level. But will enough gun companies jump on board to produce rifles in this caliber?

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Terry Baer wrote:
March 20, 2014

Have owned a Mossberg 640KS since 1962...think I'll continue to go with it and my .222 788 for 200+ work.

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