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Is this common? SMK

 
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Old 08-22-2008, 02:37 PM
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Re: Is this common? SMK

No offense and I am not flaming you. I understand I wasnt there! I have to say you should wait for a more broadside shot! That way your bullet doesnt have so much to try and penetrate through. If he was quartering so much that you only had a shot through the flank it doesnt suprise me that there wasnt much blood. Guts dont bleed very much and the vitals were a long way from the hole. If you are going to be shooting out to 400 yards you have to be patient. So be patient at 75 too! Just an observation. I know I wasnt there and I am reacting to what I read and how it read to me!!!!
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Old 08-22-2008, 04:11 PM
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Re: Is this common? SMK

With all due respect I have extensive experience with the SMK's 30 cal and larger on game and also have a level of access to people who you do not and your statement is not correct in itís entirety and I will leave it at that.
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Re: Is this common? SMK

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"With all due respect I have extensive experience with the SMK's 30 cal and larger on game and also have a level of access to people who you do not and your statement is not correct in it’s entirety and I will leave it at that."

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Who is this quote directed at?

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Old 08-22-2008, 08:33 PM
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Sorry----papa45..

Should have quoted him..
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No worries just wanted to make sure I didnt pi$$ anyone off. That was not my intention.
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Old 08-26-2008, 02:25 PM
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Re: Is this common? SMK

Thanks Boss Hoss for the informative info, maybe I will keep shooting the SMK and try it out on a bunch of hogs and a few more deer, I was shocked with the performance of my bullet given the speed and closeness of the shot. How do you like the 155 SMK, I think it is the Palma right? I really am planning to end up shooting the 190grainers eventually. But I really like the confidence in my rifle for the accuracy the 150 gives me.

But thank you guys for all the feedback and answers!
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Re: Is this common? SMK

Boss,

That was some of the most interesting data anyone has provided here for some time. Thanks for posting it. I found it fascinating.
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