Re: 210 Bergers Get it Done!
Mark, I never named any names but no I was not including you. You know the few I was referring to. I see this thread heading the same direction as many threads. So I was just making the OP aware of what will likely come. Yes I have seen Bergers that did not exit large elk at under 5 to 600 yards and stop in the far side with about 16" of penetration. I also seen the same exact bullet from the same rifle go 26" and through the far shoulder of a bull. No two shots are the same for any bullet. Simply breaking a rib going in, or deflection off it as some harder bullets will do, will be a huge factor as to what the bullet does from there. This is just one example of the many factors involved with shot placement, angles, impact velocity, amount of bone, hide, meat, water soaked stomach content, etc.
I have said before many times, use what you like, know how it works, and use it to your advantage. For me that just happens to be a bullet that will still expand well at long range. All I have ever said is they work very well for me.