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300 RSAUM Vermin loads

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Unread 11-08-2006, 09:08 PM
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300 RSAUM Vermin loads

Anyone venture to guess or help me out with some vermin loads/bullets? I was thinking about going with some 125 or 135 gr Bergers, 125 gr NBT or 110 gr VMAX. I want to keep on shooting my rifle after deer season is over with one of these bullets for pigs, yotes, crows and possibly a bobcat or fox. My question is which bullet "should" be the easiest to get to shoot right? There is not much difference in the price of the bullets, but I want to be able to shoot them fast and tight out to about 250 yards. That is as far as I can see most places to try and call in some yotes later this year and throughout the spring.
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    Unread 11-09-2006, 08:01 AM
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    Re: 300 RSAUM Vermin loads

    Of the bunch that you listed, the 110 V-Max is the most fragile and will go like spit. If ranges are only 250-350, I would give that a try first.

    If ranges are longer, I would lean towards the 125 BT, becasue of the better BC and more weight.
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