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Old 05-26-2006, 07:30 PM
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6mm bullets

Building a 243 WSSM, with a 1/8 twist, plan to shoot the 100gn plus bullets. Does anyone have any experience with these on game. Plan on using this gun for coues whitetail, which are very small deer. Thanks
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Old 05-26-2006, 07:36 PM
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Re: 6mm bullets

Try the 105 A-max it should work perfect for you.
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Old 05-26-2006, 08:26 PM
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Re: 6mm bullets

I think I'd give my vote the Amax as well. It will expand more reliably than the Berger. Although I am shooting the Berger now and have no intention of changing.
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Re: 6mm bullets

dont want to get Reed and Bill ticked at me but I disagree on the 105 A-Max it is a varmint bullet at best. out of my 6-284 if they dont blow-up coming out of the muzzle they will blow-up even touching a blade of grass down range, the only VLD type of bullet that will handle wssm velocities is the Sierra 107gr MK plus they have a higher B.C.
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Re: 6mm bullets

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the 105 A-Max it is a varmint bullet at best.

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A Coues deer ain't much bigger than a varmint!! I didn't look @ the caliber you were using. UncleB may be onto something w/the Sierra being the only bullet that will hold together. Never know till you try!!
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Re: 6mm bullets

I agree the SMK will be better for any kind of bone hit. The AMAX is a hell of a bullet, it does blow up easy but for a long shot it will still expand a little as I have seen. I am planning on shooting this in my Cooper 6br this fall, i will lose a little to the berger but i will gain some expansion. the slightly heavier SMK will favor your twist, but if you go after real long range varmints like pdogs I would switch to the amax and load it around 3100 fps, shouldnt blow up then


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Re: 6mm bullets

Thanks guys. Is it the general thought that the bergers are too thin of a jacket in this caliber/weight and speed.
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