This is a question bullet manufacturers have asked themselves for over 62 years. The Partition's greater weight retention should deliver deeper penetration and at least partially compensate for the bullet's lack of sectional density. Note that passwords are case-sensitive. The result were excellent in my opinion This is not loaded ammunition. It was the latest and greatest at the time, if no big improvement at all over the.
Nosler Partition Bullets 243 Caliber, 6mm (243 Diameter) 95 Grain Spitzer Box of 50
I don't have a photo of a recovered gr. BriarPatch99 Senior Member Sep 26, Got the deer but massive damage. Your name or email address: I hope not as they are made for varmints, I believe they will probably just explode at that velocity and ruin alot of meat. In , it introduced its first. However, he's shooting them out of a 20" 6br prolly around fps give or take so they will act MUCH diffent at such high V.
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The load offers a tipped grain varmint bullet with around 3, fps of velocity, making it perfect for varmints and predators at greater distances than most other rimfires. With what ever powder does you best. Paradoxically, they can also be reckless at times, rushing in to the sound of a distress call or of another predator occupying its territory. Just does not make sense to me. It is when a shot lands where not intended that having the right bullet makes the difference. Excellent Good Average Bad Terrible. That's why I'm not loading the gr bullets.
I suppose if you keep shots below yards, it won't matter though. I would use a bullet designed for deer in the 95 to grain weight range and not a bullet lightly constructed for varmits. I have no experience with a. There was matter and blood immediately from point of impact but the deer went around yds through the thickest brush I've ever tracked in The other pigs run off and the one Hit drops. My loads have been very accurate and have exited cleanly on deer with about a.