Handgun hunting. A different experience to try
Handgun hunting could be seen as something restricted to small games or simply as a last resource because you ran out of ammo or your rifle failed; but the fact is that handguns may be your main gun out in the field.
Of course it's not simply, in fact handgun hunting is more demanding and complex than rifle hunting, not only because of a shorter range requiring to stalk the game longer and until a closer distance, but also due to diminished accuracy because of the gun shorter barrel.
And that's exactly what makes of handgun hunting something so exciting. When you are out in the bushes with a handgun, you need to give the best of you. It's necessary to remain undetected longer, achieve a closer distance to the game and be able to aim and shoot precisely because usually you won't have a second chance due to the closer range.
But same as handgun hunting is more demanding than rifle hunting and perhaps more than bow hunting; it has also a positive side.
You will travel with less weight since handguns are lighter than rifles; additionally due to a smaller size, handguns are easier to handle, especially inside a blind and finally, you will be able to aim and shoot faster once you are within the range; so handguns will give you and ege if you are patient enough to stalk your game until being within the proper range.
Regarding the game size, don't think handguns are reserved only for small games, in fact you may shoot down a deer and even bigger games; you only need to work on your aiming, choose the proper gun and ammunition and be able to hit your game on a vital area. Certainly it's easier to say it than doing it, but once you achieve your first handgun game, you will hooked to this kind of hunting forever.
Are you ready to give handguns a try on the field?