Good to know performance!Buddy of mine whacked a whitetail buck at 200 yards. 140 absolute in a 28 traveling 3670. Rib shot. SOUP. Run your hands in and lungs and heart liquified. Everything ahead of the diaphram. Never seen anything like it with ANY other bullet
H100V is not temp stable but just ordered 8lbs of StaBill6.5
Be awesome if the hammer bullet guys would pay AB to do most of their bullets...
I'm sure it would be spendy. I don't think anyone is saying that BC's should be right so people can zero their rifles at 100 and then go shoot at a living critter at 1000 yards. I know I'm not saying that. I'm simply saying, I have limited time. The more trips out I have to make for load development the harder it makes things, the more money it costs me, the more time it takes away from my family, the more gas, etc.... The closer those BC's are the more efficiently I can utilize my time. The more efficiently I can spend my money. The more time I have to practice at range instead of fooling around/wasting my hard earned money on fancy bullets.I sent Hammer Hunter 124's to AB to be tested. A year later and no response. I think that would be a huge cost to Hammer to send every bullet type in for testing when most everyone shooting at distance is confirming drops (or darned well should be) if they're shooting game at long distance.
Must be nice. I have to drive like 3 hrs to shoot at distance.I generally can get a solid bc number to run on in 6 shots. After I get a load, I know my velocity, as that is part of my work up, so that isn't in question. I shoot a 3 shot group at 600-800, adjust bc as needed. Then another 3 shot group at 1000-1300, fine tune as needed to make impacts match up, and pretty much done. I'll confirm it on more trips, but the trips aren't to verify bc, they are to practice with the rifle, and would be done anyway.