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Guess the projectile??

 
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Old 11-05-2012, 11:09 AM
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Re: Guess the projectile??

Well, that would have to be a Berger in the 210 plus range. It has the look of a SMK wound but nobody is using them anymore.......Rich
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Old 11-05-2012, 12:37 PM
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Re: Guess the projectile??

6.5, 140gr berger vld.
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Im going to say a 300 grain OTM, thats one big hole goin in.
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Franklin was dang close with the 140gr Berger but it was from a 270 WSM starting out at 3300fps. The bullet did not exit but blew the heart to mush and the lungs were messed up a bit, she was slow walking when the bullet caught her and her front feet planted and the rest of her went over on her nose DRT. Jacket and core were found just under the off shoulder.
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Re: Guess the projectile??

ok if others post a pic? I've got a couple.
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ok if others post a pic? I've got a couple.
Go ahead and take the next one, lets just try to keep it orderly, not piling on so we can all maybe learn a little from each animal and bullet then move to the next one.
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