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First Antelope hunt in area 42

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Unread 12-18-2012, 09:18 PM
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Re: First Antelope hunt in area 42

I shot one on my last antelope trip with my 6.5x.284 basically the same load. 365 yards and the Berger 140 did a great job. Didn't even destroy much but I always shoot for the spot right behind the shoulder. Blew out two ribs entry and one rib exit.
I have shot a few things with Bergers and have been very pleased with the performance. Shot a big hog with my 7wsm and the 168 Berger and it did an awesome job. Picked him right off his feet and body slammed him. DRT.
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Unread 03-10-2013, 02:37 AM
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Re: First Antelope hunt in area 42

Originally Posted by farout View Post
Would like to know the distance to as I was wanting to shoot 140 Bergers in a 260. Thanks.
Just wanted to let you know that I could not get the Bergers to shoot in my .260. I tried 4 different powders and 5 different seating depths. I tried both the 140 and the 130 grainers. I end up giving them to a friend who shoots a 6.5-284. I shoot the recommended twist rate, however I think it just does not push them fast enough out of the .260. My groups were all about 2-3 inches at 100 yards, so I did not even attempt any additional distances. I settled on a Nosler bullets.
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