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1275 coyote with the old with 215 bergers

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Re: 1275 coyote with the old with 215 bergers

O haha it didn't get my wind dope in there I had an 8 mph wind 90 degrees from left to right and only dialed 1.6 with the 175 at 1000 and a 7 mph wind at 90 degrees I was dialing almost 2x as much I have never seen a bullet buck wind as good as these at this velocity it is not only less dialing but if u get a good wind reading and punch in what applied ballistics tells u to it either hits what you are aiming at or u hit way too far in the direction that the wind is blowing bc you are in the hype of the moment and crank the dial the wrong way guilty as charged but if you do ur part these bullets WILL do theirs consistently each and every time
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    Holy crap!! and you had an 8 mph full value wind. I bow to you Sir!!

    I think Berger nailed the BC on these with the .696 At least they work their for me even at a mile. Sure made my 300 win a contender at a mile. Good thing since I am with out a 338 right now.

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    I wouldn't bow to me I would bow to brian litz without his applied ballistics program and his amazing bullets I would never have even tried a shot with that wind I litterly only put the dope on the scope and squeased the trigger the only thing I give myself credit for is knowing to hold a slight but low to make up for tof and a good guess at how fast that tote was coming at me anyone can shoot accurately with a stupid accurate gun amazing bullets and a ballistic program that is spot on
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    Re: 1275 coyote with the old with 215 bergers

    Wow...heckuva shot for anybody, but out of the 308? Priceless.
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    Awesome Shot ! I gotta try some in my .300 RUM .
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    That's great shootiing! Could you provide some info about your rifle and load specs?
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    And expands on yotes!! I got a pass through with expansion on an antelope at 1285 too. Pretty darn good long range bullet I say. I just need to find a wolf for my next test...

    Jeff
    I am not sure they are expanding, i think they are more than likely tumbling after impact, they kill either way. And BTW this comment is not meant to start an argument.

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