"I know the higher BC bullets will give better BC out to 600 yards, but they will not provide the kill power that we varmint hunters love"
Wildcat , do you realize that a high BC bullet retains its velocity and energy much more effectively than a low BC bullet??? by doing this the high BC bullet will actually hit harder at long range than a low BC bullet.
run a 208 hornady at 2900fps and you will see what i mean
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That's true heavy bullets just don't expand, I know that to be true because I shot a prarrie dog at 300 yards with a 180 grain TSX at 300 yards and it threw in about 3 1/2 feet in the air and about 3 feet a guts trailed him as he flipped end over end..
range it,check the wind, dial in correction, aim and only one shot
there's something about those guts rotating about a half rotation behind as it goes through the air that makes it seem like they're hit fairly hard. i'd like to tell you about the g-hog i nailed that's trying to take up shop close to my sand mound but...i missed him...at 70 yards!