Welcome to the Ron Spomer Outdoors Podcast! In this episode, I discuss the 6mm Creedmoor, tumbling brass, and supply chain issues for your favorite cartridges.

00:00 – Intro
00:13 – 6mm Creedmoor
03:24 – Should you tumble brass?
05:34 – What brand is Ron Spomer’s Hat?
06:16 – Lehigh Defense 220 grain 44 caliber deep penetration bullets vs. LBT SWC bullets
09:42 – Does the 110 grain Barnes bullet in a .270 Win. would work well for elk?
10:52 – Recommendations for a lefty hunting White tail and Mule deer?
13:23 – 375 Ruger vs. .375H&H
15:21 – Which cartridges won’t survive the current supply chain issues?

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Who is Ron Spomer
For 44 years I’ve had the good fortune to photograph and write about my passion – the outdoor life. Wild creatures and wild places have always stirred me – from the first flushing pheasant that frightened me out of my socks in grandpa’s cornfield to the last whitetail that dismissed me with a wag of its tail. In my attempts to connect with this natural wonder, to become an integral part of our ecosystem and capture a bit of its mystery, I’ve photographed, hiked, hunted, birded, and fished across much of this planet. I’ve seen the beauty that everyone should see, survived adventures that everyone should experience. I may not have climbed the highest mountains, canoed the wildest rivers, caught the largest fish or shot the biggest bucks, but I’ve tried. Perhaps you have, too. And that’s the essential thing. Being out there, an active participant in our outdoor world.

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