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Unread 07-11-2012, 12:04 PM
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Re: Lets see your berger kills!

So clearly, this thread affirms that the Bergers dont work as advertised
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    Re: Lets see your berger kills!

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    So clearly, this thread affirms that the Bergers dont work as advertised
    I guess I don't follow you Kenny. You felt they worked very well for you? I feel they do work as advertised as mine most always have a small entrance then they fragment off part of the bullet into the vitals and then the rest exits. At close range they do exit larger than they do at extended distances but that is probably true of most bullets that expand at all. I have several pics of entrance and even more of exits and they are pretty consistant for me.

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    I guess I don't follow you Kenny. You felt they worked very well for you? I feel they do work as advertised as mine most always have a small entrance then they fragment off part of the bullet into the vitals and then the rest exits. At close range they do exit larger than they do at extended distances but that is probably true of most bullets that expand at all. I have several pics of entrance and even more of exits and they are pretty consistant for me.

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    I could be wrong, but I think he was making fun of all the people who say that Bergers don't' work as advertised. Then again, I could have taken him the wrong way hahahah
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    I could be wrong, but I think he was making fun of all the people who say that Bergers don't' work as advertised. Then again, I could have taken him the wrong way hahahah
    I thought of that, but was not sure.

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    I guess I don't follow you Kenny. You felt they worked very well for you? I feel they do work as advertised as mine most always have a small entrance then they fragment off part of the bullet into the vitals and then the rest exits. At close range they do exit larger than they do at extended distances but that is probably true of most bullets that expand at all. I have several pics of entrance and even more of exits and they are pretty consistant for me.

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    Jeff, that was my attempt at humor. I was being facetious based on some threads I have read suggesting Bergers dont do their job. This thread shows that they do, Indeed "do" it. We took 3 Elk on the trip my pics are from. Mine with the 7mm VLD, the 2 others with the .30 Cal VLD.

    I cant wait to "test" one on a Bull of the Caliber ( no pun intended) you posted
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    Jeff, that was my attempt at humor. I was geing facetious based on some threads I have read suggesting Bergers dont do their job. This thread shows that they do, Indeed "do" it. We took 3 Elk on the trip my pics are from. Mine with the 7mm VLD, the 2 others with the .30 Cal VLD.

    I cant wait to "test" one on a Bull of the Caliber ( no pun intended) you posted
    LOL got it!! I guess I was a little slow on your drift. Glad to see they work for many hunters here too. We use them on nice sized bulls every year. Haven't tracked one yet.

    Thanks for the explanation.

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    Eaglet,

    That is one nice antelope! Haha..I have the same jacket as your son!
    We had two and lost one... ....Kidding!!!
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