LRH Team Member
- Dec 31, 2021
- port orchard, wa
Definitely would say the 210’are worth trying for a hunting bullet.I wouldn’t bother with the 210s. Shoot the 215s, or the 245s. The 215s are easy to tune
Burgers are great but ablr beats it’s in opening up a though down to 1200 and haven’t heard of them blowing apart when impact
Is too fast up close.
Bc is really Close, i shoot the 205 Berger’s with great results
But I’ve yet to have a ablr disappoint me and get a few hundred more yards of effective range if you’re actually taking a long shot.
Just saying it’s definitely a contender for top of line hunting bullet as far as bonded bullets go.
Seems like monos are gonna take over soon with their bc and all around great performances between hammers, cutting edge and badlands… as for faster twist I’ve heard its
Much better to have faster twist than not fast enough you should have big changes unless it’s the barrel brand ,harmonics , length ect..