So I got a 4595 carbine for Christmas and it is my first tactical style rifle,I mostly just have guns for hunting and a few handguns for home defense. I was wondering, if I could use my carbine for deer hunting. I live in Kentucky and I have already checked and it would be legal to do it. I know there are a lot more limitations on a pistol caliber round as compared to a rifle caliber even through a carbine. I currently deer hunt with a 50.cal muzzle loader and a 12 gauge smooth bore with rifled slugs, so I am used to big bullets that aren't traveling very fast and that works for me cause I rarely have a shot over a hundred yards. I have been looking into different rounds that might work for deer and I am leaning toward a 185 grain bullet that is +p loaded so that I can pick up some velocity and foot pounds for knock down power. I was also considering either a hollow point, jacked hollow point, or a soft point for the bullet type. I am open to all suggestions and would love to hear how some of your all's experiences with hunting with the carbine.