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chinchaga bullets

04 Jan 2017
@ 05:10 am (GMT)

Thomas Kitchen

came across chinchaga bullets has anyone tested these?
they are based in alberta canada and seem to do the bigger bores mainly


04 Jan 2017
@ 05:30 am (GMT)

Bryan Webster

Re: chinchaga bullets
Have not tried any or even seen them, but here is his email address:

Dale Janzen
[email protected]

04 Jan 2017
@ 06:37 am (GMT)

Paul Leverman

Re: chinchaga bullets
On another website, it lists the BC's for his bullets. For the most part they are a little shy of what an A-MAX might be if they were offered in the same weight. Close enough to be the same. Not too sure about the steel tip and the sharp point. I guess it would depend on the jacket thickness and the size of the hole. I didn't see any responses for performance, but the last post was from August of 2016, the start of season.

"A lot of us are wildeyed about higher bc numbers "

"The BC haven't improved since the first time I saw that design bullet 10+ years ago"

Looks like one shooter got about .5 -.6" at 100yds, his best ES was 8fps, the rest were 12fps+, some were 20fps+: "can't wait to go 500, 800 and 1200 yards with them "
04 Jan 2017
@ 06:49 am (GMT)

Paul Leverman

Re: chinchaga bullets
Found another post with video and autopsy from same guy. At 60yds the bullet just about disintegrated, only the cup was left. Very wide wounding, but this was at 3100fps+. I'll let the boss decide whether I can link it.
12 Sep 2017
@ 02:03 pm (GMT)

alan wozniak

Re: chinchaga bullets
They have a facebook page its the only place to get ahold of them just look up Chinchaga Bullets on facebook
30 Oct 2017
@ 03:48 pm (GMT)

Shawn Bevins

Re: chinchaga bullets
I do see they are running 257 bulleys in 140 gr. One of the owners is shooting these out of an 8 twist barrel for "long range". [b]


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