Hunters slow to switch to copper bullets
(MCT) — DULUTH, Minn. — Deer hunters are slow to switch to non-toxic copper bullets despite studies indicating that potentially toxic lead fragments disperse up to 18 inches from the wound channel in firearms-killed deer.
“It’s not a stampede, that’s for sure,” said Pat Kukull of Superior Shooters Supply in Superior, Wis. “I’ve used them. They’re very effective. But there’s a cost factor involved. They’re almost $10 more per box.”
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