Originally Posted by noel carlson
It would be easy enough to produce a six-caliber hunting version of the ZA375, but how big does a wound channel really have to be on anything smaller than a Cape Buffalo?
I am not well versed on terminal ballistics (yet), but this does seem excessive.
Can you guys educate me please?
Thanks for the feedback. I have only heard from guys saying that if the solids dont hit bone and hook their nose in and tumble the wound channel will be very small ? I am wanting something that will put some more hurt on them downrange than the current 300 smk.
I have seen damage to game done by a 50 so I am looking for an inbetween. 375/ 408 maybe it. Bigger wound channel, should expand bullets better with more speed etc.This wont make up for poor bullet placement though.
Very interested in chewing the fat over this round. I worry about consistant supply of bullets, especially if your chamber and barrel design are specific for it. And many are..
Aprreciate your input as you have a vast knowledge of what makes them tick.