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Comparing the Berger 210 VLD to the 215 Hybrid

 
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Old 11-25-2012, 11:25 PM
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This has truly been a "Dream Season"! Great job.
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A 1K+ wolf would be a good way to cap off the bullet testing! I don't know how you couldn't be convinced after reading through this thread. Good job, Broz. I'd like to say I'm not jealous, but I'd be lying and committing two sins!
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Thank you all, I hope the tread represents the results one can expect if they choose to use the 215 Berger. I am blessed with good places to hunt. I spend a lot of time behind a spotting scope keeping track of game too. Today I get the glorious job of washing the truck. With 90% of the game having been hauled out in my truck, it is pretty ugly in the back. Then I will start looking for a place to get a wolf, and next week we will be after mountain lions. I really love where I live.

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Thank you all, I hope the tread represents the results one can expect if they choose to use the 215 Berger. I am blessed with good places to hunt. I spend a lot of time behind a spotting scope keeping track of game too. Today I get the glorious job of washing the truck. With 90% of the game having been hauled out in my truck, it is pretty ugly in the back. Then I will start looking for a place to get a wolf, and next week we will be after mountain lions. I really love where I live.

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Leave it alone...park it up wind...mobile scent attractant....
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Leave it alone...park it up wind...mobile scent attractant....
LOL, but I can hardly stand to get in it. The tailgate is just plane nasty and my wife is close to refusing to be seen in it. Plus the inside smells like elk. So much for tossing the gloves on the defrosters...

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Old 11-26-2012, 10:27 AM
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LOL, but I can hardly stand to get in it. The tailgate is just plane nasty and my wife is close to refusing to be seen in it. Plus the inside smells like elk. So much for tossing the gloves on the defrosters...

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Ha ha...ok thats understandable i guess...my f150 smelled like deer blood for a day...didnt do anything to it, a day later it was gone.....
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LOL, but I can hardly stand to get in it. The tailgate is just plane nasty and my wife is close to refusing to be seen in it. Plus the inside smells like elk. So much for tossing the gloves on the defrosters...

Jeff
You mean to tell me that your wife didn't marry you BECAUSE you smelled like elk?
Seriously, congrats on a very successful year! It looks like I may have to rethink testing bullets with reduced loads......Rich
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