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Old October 2, 2012, 07:34 PM   #4
603Country
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I'm sure it shoots and hits just like the standard Nosler Ballistic Tip. That's a very accurate and deadly bullet and I've shot a couple hundred deer with the 130 grain in my 270. It opens up fast, and some folks don't like that, but I'm fine with it. Just understand the limitations of the bullet, which are mostly in the area of: don't shoot through big bones, avoid rear quartering shots, and perhaps avoid shooting anything bigger than whitetail or mule deer. For years it has had the reputation of being the most accurate hunting bullet on the market, but knowledgable people write that Berger now has that honor.
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