Badlands Precision Bullets thread - From BC to terminal ballistics

StanleyActual8541

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Just a quick run through AB for the .284 160gn BD2 @ 3100 from my 26” 7Max @ sea level, has me seriously contemplating selling my 1:8 for a 1:7T barrel.

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Just about got my load figured out and then flyers like crazy. Ran the bore scope in and second half of barrel is copper fouled bad! Cleaning her up now. Hopefully that brings it right back to 1/2”@100
 

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Any data with the 125 in a PRC yet?
Here's my velocity test with H1000 in a 26" barrel, adg brass, tikka action cut with 225 freebore. Never found any pressure. Accuracy was horrible very few groups were under moa at 200y. My barrel is an 8tw. My seating depth obviously needs tuning, but nothing here showed any promise.
 

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.300 Dakota

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Looks like a Hammer A-Tip. Had that poor Pronghorn doe of the OP killed and processed in hamburger and tenderized shoulder roast all in one shot!
 

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Well, goat season has started, so more results!

.277 140 Super Bull Dozer, out of a 19" supressed .270 Sherman, final load was 3030 fps. This goat was taken at 275 yards. She was hit where you can see, and ran a death sprint as goats do, until she ran out of blood, about 75 yards. Good sized exit, blood sprayed all down her side.

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Well, the caribou were both close. 150 and 100 yards. Dumped the first one where it stood and the second went about 5' and tipped over.

First shot on my moose was 880 yards and I made a bad wind call and hit him too far back on the lung. Adjusted and dumped him at 950 yards. He spun left and tipped over. Full penetration with the 275gn Super Bulldozer II's at 880 and 950.

Waited almost an hour before shooting the moose. Kept thinking he'd come closer as I called. He was more interested in finding another bull to fight. Closest he ever got was 875 yards. Luckily it was in the morning so we had plenty of time to clean him and get him back to camp before dark.

Can see the knob I was shooting off of in the picture with the skull and rifle. It's on the top left of the V notch.

Winter decided to come early and the temps dropped to 16° at night. Snowed all the way home from Fairbanks.


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