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Rifle Bullet "Hardness"
RIFLE BULLET “HARDNESS”

Around a dozen years ago I was telling a friend about a long trailing job on a Montana whitetail buck shot with a 125-grain Nosler Partition from a .260 Remington. This friend happens to be a …

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Bullet pull ...
BULLET PULL

“Bullet pull” is the usual term for how much force is required for a bullet to leave the neck of the case, which can have a major effect on …

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A lot of recovered bullets are the result of severely angling shots. The 168 TSX was recovered from a Sonora mule deer shot as it ran almost directly away, the 180 E-Tip from a quartering-on bull elk.
BULLET INFORMATION FROM HUNTING NOTES

I started taking notes on all my big game hunting in 1970, when the details of the dozen animals not recorded (my first was taken in 1966) still remained fresh in my much younger mind. Today stuff has to be written down within a day or two, and …

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