A girl question about .454 Casull vs Desert Eagle.

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    Jane

    As I began to hunt bigger game I also began to take bigger risks, and after many years of training, practice and dedication I became the first man to dispatch what is known as the "Dangerous Seven" (Elephant, Rhino, Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Crocodile and Hippo) with a handgun and iron sights. I got closer than anyone had dared to go before and I trusted my life to my Freedom Arms 454 Casul - and by the grace of God I lived to tell the tale. It was a different time, a long time ago now, a little wilder perhaps, but I was doing something different, not shooting game through a high power scope, and the danger made it all the better.Lynn C Thompson

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