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Unread 07-18-2012, 06:47 AM
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Re: Lets see your berger kills!

Both kills taken with a 6.5-.284 pushing 140gr Hunting VLD's 2915 fps.
Antelope was @ 460 yds and the yote @ 210 yds.
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    Unread 07-18-2012, 11:08 PM
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    Re: Lets see your berger kills!

    Hunter, that's Nice!

    I'm having a good time wit this thread, I love looking a pictures like the ones in here.
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    Re: Lets see your berger kills!

    Time to post a few more Berger Kills. I use to shoot Barnes, but after tracking 2 elk from non expanding bullets for over a mile and not recovering one I went to find a better killing bullet. I have since seen many elk run off carrying solid bullets with them. Most we recover but it sure is nice to watch them fall where you shot them. That is what the Bergers do for us. And taking a dozen or more elk each year this is important to an elk hunter. Hunters that take lots of game in many dfferent scenarios like Bob Beck, use Berger for a reason.


















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    Unread 09-19-2012, 09:57 AM
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    Re: Lets see your berger kills!

    One day when I grow up...... I want to be like Jeff!

    Thanks for posting great kill pics.
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    Re: Lets see your berger kills!

    this thread has got me itching to get my rifle back and get load development done before deer season...got everything set...Except the rifle!

    Those are some great kills guys, I sincerely hope that within the next few months, I'll be able to add some pictures of some MN deer .308WIN kills
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    Unread 09-20-2012, 08:30 PM
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    Re: Lets see your berger kills!

    Very nice everyone. This got my blood flowing! Hopefully I can join the club in 2 weeks when the season opens
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