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Re: Mid-September Column: Shot Placement and Killing Power [Re: Mule Deer] #14349830 12/07/19
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Well I don't think that's entirely true for everyone but there is consideration of methods to improve the chances of a clean kill. I think most would believe clean kills aren't always a 100% guarantee.

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Re: Mid-September Column: Shot Placement and Killing Power [Re: Mule Deer] #14357079 12/10/19
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Why I prefer a deep penetrating bullet at moderate velocity. Enters at a moderate speed to not explode the first shoulder, but retains plenty of momentum to still liquify the boiler room.

Re: Mid-September Column: Shot Placement and Killing Power [Re: Mule Deer] #14383968 12/18/19
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Mule Deer,

This was a very interesting and well written article! Thanks so much for sharing it here. I found it informative, educational, and very interesting reading. I like it when experienced and successful hunters share their stories (good or bad). A lot can be learned from both types of experiences.

Cascade Jinx

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