exit wound

Discussion in 'Long Range Hunting & Shooting' started by stxhunter, Feb 3, 2008.

  1. stxhunter

    stxhunter Well-Known Member

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    don't these 200 gr accubonds leave pretty exit wounds. this doe actually ran about 30yds into some thick brush but was easy to track looked like someone had spraypainted the bushes red [​IMG] [​IMG]
     

  2. odsixer

    odsixer Member

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    That seems to do the job, nice work. What rifle?
     

  3. stxhunter

    stxhunter Well-Known Member

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    i was shooting my 700p in 300 rum this morning . i was looking for a hog one of my buddys asked if i would get him one but did'nt see anything come out at the 500yd feeder so i did a little walking and spotted this doe at 153 yds walking through the brush shot it offhand hit a little farther back than i would have liked but a 13# rifle is not the best weapon to shot offhand. had a nice morning first day off since xmas time got a little work done at the ranch also
     
  4. gamehauler

    gamehauler Well-Known Member

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    Those Accu-Bonds do a great job.
    And since it on the ground with little meat lose.
    I would have to say it was not to far back;)
    Mike
     
  5. 8404Vet

    8404Vet Well-Known Member

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    looks like a good time had by all. I miss eating those south Texas Whities...