.204 hammer bullets

700Sendero

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Planning on building a 20 practical when I get back in the states next summer for a calling gun. Wondering if anyone has any experience with the 39gr hammer hunter in a 10 twist? I know it will be right in the edge for FULL stability, but might work well? Also any insight on fur damage on, say, bobcats? Trying to figure out a good bullet for coyotes and bobcats both. I know the hammer bullets are spoken highly of on the big game side, but not much info on the small stuff. Any info would be much appreciated!
 

Bucklowery

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Maybe Steve will confirm but I am thinking the hammer is going to create two holes. I am sure the guys prefer to only see up one hole if possible. The Vmax Bullets have worked good for me so far but I don’t shoot many cats


Thanks
Buck
 

Reemty J

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I see Hammer has a 31 grainer in 20 cal........for a 1-12 twist any experience with them, anyone?
 

matt_3479

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I’m curious as well. Have a -1:11 twist 20 tac and a new 1:10 twist barrel showing up shortly for another 20 tac. Plan was to run the 35gr Berger for fur friendly
 

Reemty J

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buck lowery does that mean your out here hunting?? I thought we closed the borders to ruffians? :rolleyes: :rolleyes: 🤣
 

COhntr

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I'm curious as well, have a browning .204 with a 12 twist and was considering trying some of their bullets.
 

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