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Another one says hello to 100gr ttsx

 
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Old 04-19-2011, 03:30 PM
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Another one says hello to 100gr ttsx

Every friday I have the pleasure of making the 5 hour (one way) trip to the south end of the great state of wyoming from my home up in northern wyoming. I also call it my weekls drive and spot coyote/fox hunting trip. I usually carry my tikka 25-06 loaded with 100 grain ttsx. this last week a playful pup got to find out what 100 grains of copper feels like

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Re: Another one says hello to 100gr ttsx

Gotta love getting to travel the outbacks! My winter job gets me out quite a bit. It sure makes it nice to stop and make a few stands when you're burning the gas anyway. Congrats on the coyote!
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Re: Another one says hello to 100gr ttsx

How destructive are the ttsx bullets in your 25-06? I got some for my 257 Weatherby and haven't put anything down with them yet. I am hoping they hold together and don't do too much damage. I had some 110 Accubonds and they caused all kinds of damage.
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They do great in everything. They don't blow apart at all they mushroom and penetrate deep
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Old 10-04-2011, 07:10 AM
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Re: Another one says hello to 100gr ttsx

Thats great I can't wait to try them out on something. Any idea how fast you have em going out of your 25?
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Well I shot the barrel out of that rifle and have replaced it but am not shooting 110 accubonds. But when I was shooting it I think I was getting 3100fps with RL22 I believe...I would have to look back at my notes.
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