Re: Long range performance of ballistic tip and accubond bullets
I've used both on our local blacktail population, and find the BT's work quite well at 7mm mag speeds -- though I tend to favor fast 6.5 mm's and .260's.
On whitetails in Montana, I've always switched to Nosler Partitions or, more recently, Accubonds. I'm not sure why, since I've typically gone for headshots on the deer (they're pretty easy to sneak up on in Montana). But I'm usually set up for longer ranges, faster loads, and dream of the monster mulie, I'm not sure a 7 mm BT would do well at 3600 fps.
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