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185 Vs. 210 Berger

 
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Old 01-21-2012, 03:34 PM
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Thank u for all the input. Another thing I was wondering about between these two bullets is if the 210 would creat massive meat damage compared to the 185gr. This would only be a concern when deer or antalope hunting. Thanks again for all the advice.
The 185 will most likely damage more meat when shooting animals at closer ranges because of increased impact velocity.
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Re: 185 Vs. 210 Berger

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Thank u for all the input. Another thing I was wondering about between these two bullets is if the 210 would creat massive meat damage compared to the 185gr. This would only be a concern when deer or antalope hunting. Thanks again for all the advice.
Velocity and placement is what I have found to be the two things that ruin meat. More so than bullet weight.

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