Official Hammer bullets Terminal Performance (picture heavy)

Treeslug

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Let’s try to keep Discussion to a minimum in this.

Details-animal, distance, caliber/cartridge, bullet and weight. Animal weight if you know it.

I’ll kick it off,

Water buffalo,
60 yards-full broad side
300AX
Hammer hunter [email protected]
Dressed without the hide, head and guts 902lbs.
I'm sorry, but I have to ask two slightly off the subject questions: Did you get to sample any of the meat, and what was the texture if you did? Thanks ahead of time. Treeslug
 

GLTaylor

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The new AHs are absolutely devastating on deer. Shot a doe yesterday at about 80 yds. She was facing me, and shot her in the throat. Nearly decapitated her. 123 AH at 3477fps, 6.5-06AI.
 

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Tiny Tim

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The new AHs are absolutely devastating on deer. Shot a doe yesterday at about 80 yds. She was facing me, and shot her in the throat. Nearly decapitated her. 123 AH at 3477fps, 6.5-06AI.
Very nice! Had similar results with 80 gr HH @ 3550. Thought the head would fall off. Thanks for sharing.
 

WWP2012

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Absolutely incredible. These bullets have no equal.


Not really, look at those pics close. A bullet sized entry wound. That’s a blood clot next to it making it appear larger than what it is. The same bullet sized entrance hole in the first lung. Exit it is starting to open. Finally opens in second lung and sheds petals when it hits the exiting rib. This is the 2nd elk I’ve shot with them that it’s done the same penciling thing. The bullets didn’t open till just before the exit. I am going back to Accubonds. I Want that first lung just as damaged as the second. That way I can recover the quartering to elk I shot that I didn’t recover from the hammer.
 
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