Sierra Gamechanger?

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Mooseknuckles, Aug 1, 2018.


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  1. okie man

    okie man Well-Known Member

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    I like my game meat as lead free as possible, I prefer bullets that hold together for the most part!
     
  2. Konrad

    Konrad Well-Known Member

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    "...herd..."?
    I have asked at my local retailers for the 284s but no luck yet.
    I have very good luck with Sierra products in all of my firearms.
    These will go into my 7mm Rem Mag for testing, when I get my hands on a box.
     
  3. Cinchy

    Cinchy Well-Known Member

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    I have found quite the opposite with the game changers. They expanded almost to the extreme for me on my antelope & the deer I shot with them? Antelope shot low chest, deer shot in the neck, 1 looking at me,1 broadside, range was only 150 yrds on each. Shot with 7mm STW using 165 gr game changers 20181006_092417.jpg 20181202_135217.jpg 20181202_134834.jpg
     
  4. the hunter

    the hunter Well-Known Member

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    A tipped matchking...Holy cow, REVOLUTIONARY.
     
  5. cajun

    cajun Well-Known Member

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    Sierra makes great target bullets. Never cared much for their hunting bullets.
     
  6. DartonJager

    DartonJager Well-Known Member

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    Didn't read all responses but why only .308's in 165 grain? Not much use for us 300wsm/300wm/300rum owners.
    Did I miss something or are there 180grn or heavier ones planned?
    Sierra 180's shoot superbly out of my 300wsm, love to try these if they come in 180grn or larger.