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Old November 24, 2006, 12:10 PM   #11
winman
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Join Date: October 27, 2006
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First of all,the ballistic tip is plenty tough for whitetails at any distance. Yes they expand quickly,there supposed to.The name ballistic tip refers to the ballistic expansion the bullet was designed for.Being a nonbonded bullet the jacket occasionally separates;but in my opinion,so what,if it gets the job done.My Dad just got a buck at about 50 yards with a .300 WSM,using a ballistic silver tip.This load pushes the bullet out of the muzzel at 3,300 fps.The buck dropped instantly,which is not supprising;since the bullet blasted a 3'' wound channel through the deer.To summarize: ballistic tip is a great bullet for deer but can do some pretty severe damage.
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