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Re: Monolithic bullets for hunting

06 Mar 2018
@ 06:35 am (GMT)

Jan Nielsen

Nathan. Almost all of my shooting is done using a bipod, either prone or sitting - a hunting trip to Scotland 25 years ago made me a believer. At some point somebody told me that "bipods looks ugly" to which I replied that a wounded deer is more ugly to look at - it kinda shut him up. Four-legged shooting sticks have become quite popular here. They're a pain to use, but once in place extremely stable.

Anyway, I'll give the turned bullets a try. Maybe using a copper alloy and go for some expansion. I hope I'll be able to add some info to the knowledgebase after a couple of seasons.

Mike. Thanks for the suggestion. I found some of the Xman threads you mentioned - lots of interesting information.


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