Re: Bullet Question
The Bergers are designed to "come apart" after entering a target. This results in massive internal damage on animals, short blood trails, and happy hunters. The 168s are great for deer and antelope, and would work on elk, but you might want to step up to the 180s for everything. My wife and I have shot several deer and antelope with 168 Bergers and 162 Amax, both work very well.
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