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Lost River Bullets in ..244-69 grn.

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Unread 09-15-2003, 09:00 PM
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Lost River Bullets in ..244-69 grn.

Just wondered if any of you guys have tried these J-36 .224/69 grn bullets on Groundhogs? Did they kill or just punch holes thru them? They look nice but are VERY pricey! $36.70 for 20 bullets. Just a little too rich for my blood. WOnder if they'd do a discount for volume orders of 1000-2000?
Thanks, Sam in va.
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Unread 09-16-2003, 06:48 AM
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Re: Lost River Bullets in ..244-69 grn.

dont bother, a 69SMK will do everything they will for 1/4 the price. you could buy a decent car for the price of 2000 of those bullets. A 75Amax or 60 vmax is probably your best bet for LR groundhog performance--and much much cheaper.

Expensive bullets will keep you from becoming more proficient because your afraid to fling $1.25 towards a piece of paper...at least i'd be afraid.

just my $0.02
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