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Teach wrote: »
Good article, and I agree completely. I've used conventional-type bullets, Hornady, Sierra, and Speer, and in some instances Nosler, with great success. I don't have a favorite brand. I If a particular style or weight of bullet suits my purposes, I'll load up a few and head for the range. If I can work up a good-grouping load, I head for the woods. Deer and varmints are the only thing available around my area. Bear, hogs, Elk, Antelope, etc. are "one of these days" hunts. I think you've fired a few of my handloads- - - - -they get the job done!
Pegasus wrote: »
Excellent article and very well written. Funniest typo: "supper duper bullets ". I bet they are filling.
I agree with the premise of the article; what has worked in the past continues to work today even when the deer wear body armor and require a 300 WSM to put them down.
robert38-55 wrote: »
Got to agree Teach To Quote: "If a particular style or weight of bullet suits my purposes, I'll load up a few and hear for the range" Thats what I used to do when I did reload!!! And while we are on this subject, not to hijack this thread, but the point is what works for me works for me
farm boy wrote: »
Good article Mike.
snake284 wrote: »
For my point of view, cpj is a lot like me
beartracker wrote: »
You are an interesting man BP, and thanks for the well done.
BPsniper wrote: »
Hey, you can always count on me to tell it to you straight. I don't surgar coat and will tell you exactly what I think. Tactfulness is a useless and counter productive measure in comunication. I will give you my opinion. Rough edges and all. If I like it or don't like it, I'll tell you and I'll tell you why as well. That is why I am good at testing gear. I don't BS.
You did good on this one. :beer:
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