Do these things have any place in the hunting field? Sure the monolithic copper and brass projectiles look good. Long and pointy, with outrageously high claimed B.C’s. but are they just a fad? Now Im not talking about the Barnes and Cutting Edge type bullets that are designed for hunting with in built features that promote expansion. Im talking about the extreme type bullet in the larger calibres that are simply long pointy solids with driving bands. My only experience with them has been with .338 solid brass projectiles. These did not live up the anywhere near the claimed B.C. I did try them on game but nothing bigger than 50kg so no a real test. Has anyone actually had any success with the .338 and .375 extreme design mono’s? Are they suitable for long range hunting or should we be sticking with traditional lead core, high B.C. bullets?