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Barnes TTSX Solids

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Unread 05-10-2013, 04:57 PM
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Barnes TTSX Solids

Anyone have some experience with the Barnes TTSX solids? Looking to use the 210gr in my .338-06 A.I. for Elk. Curios about the expansion and killing power.
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    Unread 05-10-2013, 05:59 PM
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    Re: Barnes TTSX Solids

    Checkout this tread. There are several examples of that bullet on elk.

    berger vld or barnes for long range
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    Unread 05-11-2013, 01:07 PM
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    Re: Barnes TTSX Solids

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    Originally Posted by Capt Grizz View Post
    Anyone have some experience with the Barnes TTSX solids? Looking to use the 210gr in my .338-06 A.I. for Elk. Curios about the expansion and killing power.
    Capt Grizz, those bullets are one of the most ACCURATE and EFFECTIVE bullets I have ever shot. I have recently swathed almost in every caliber I own, to either a TTSX, TSX, Or LRX. I find the to be very accurate, and actually like to jump, versus having to be close to the rifling. My son shoots the TSX in his 7mm Rem Mag, and they are very effective on whitetail. I shoot the LRX in one of my STW's, and the terminal results, were complete penetration, the LONG way through a whitetail this past deer season.
    IMHO, try them, I think you'll like them!
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