Dang SS 7mm, it not only left only his legs it vaporized him !!!! No blood spot or Nothing!!!
I would have to agree that the Wildcat bullets are at the top of the heap for ultra long range. I also believe Richard told me he could make any of his bullets bonded core now. That is how I will get my next bullets fro my 270 AM. I have had some 169.5 bullets from my 270 AM not exit on quatering to deer and antelope, now they killed just fine and penetrated to the far side hide. This was at 356 and 300 yards. But if I was shootiing elk I would probably opt for one of his bonded core versions. It is asking alot of a bullet to work from 50 to 1500 yards, but Wildcats are first class for sure.
I agree that if I was buying a factory produced bullet it would be the Accubond for me. I shoot these out of my 300 WSM
and have killed deer, caribou, Dall sheep with them and they have done great out to 380 yards, the furthest I have shot. That was on the caribou and it went thru both front shoulders low and took his heart out, made a hole about quarter size coming out. This was a 150 .308 AB, MV 3300.