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    Stockholm moose control

    Just seen a documentary about moose. In Stockholm they have wardens that use .22 hornet with 35gn v max to shoot moose within the urban areas! I love my hornet!

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    I would find that hard to believe as the law(in Norway at least,and I'm pretty sure the same in Sweden) states a minimum of a 139grain expanding bullet and 2700 joules energy at 100m. For bullets weighing over 154 grains you need 2200 joules at 100m. I would be interested to see this documentary. The hornet is pretty much a fox,badger and gamebird cartridge in Scandinavia.

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    I watched it to and he says the calibre .22 good luck I say, they shot one in a lake in Stockholm .

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    DEFINITELY .22 hornet 35gn v max he stated it and i also saw them in the magazine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Border View Post
    I would find that hard to believe as the law(in Norway at least,and I'm pretty sure the same in Sweden) states a minimum of a 139grain expanding bullet and 2700 joules energy at 100m. For bullets weighing over 154 grains you need 2200 joules at 100m. I would be interested to see this documentary. The hornet is pretty much a fox,badger and gamebird cartridge in Scandinavia.
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    Thanks for that, could'nt watch it unfortunately but I do believe you, just not the legality of it.........

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