Originally Posted by Scrubbit
Win brass (Fully prepped)/CCI 250 primers/69 gr H4831SC/COAL 3.639/Forstner seating die/Avg muzzle vel at 59 deg 2875 fps/Avg muzzle vel at 35 deg 2830 fps/Berger 210 gr target VLD lot number 4784/1 in 10 26 in factory Remington barrel with ATRS gill brake
45 deg/estimated muzzle velocity (given the above) 2840 fps/G7 BC .321/Humidity 70 percent/Pressure 29.39/Zeroed at 200m/Drop 5.5 MRADs or 169.7 in/Wind 5 gusting 10 from 2 o'clock/Used 6 mph for .5 MRADs of windage or 16.3 in/1400.06 ft lbs of energy/1732 fps/flt time 1.15s/Coriolis 62N/Disregarded directional component/Spindrift used
The moose was standing broadside. This bullet entered between two ribs with a caliber size hole, went directly through the heart and hit a rib on the far side. It then traveled 2 to 3 in laterally along the rib before lodging in flesh.
These pics look like the photos Forum member 'elkaholic
' has posted of Berger bullets that he's tested at similar impact velocity in water and other bullet expansion testing media.