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Old October 6, 2012, 08:59 PM   #12
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But, I do shoot the Hornady A-Max in several rifles as a match target bullet- and they can also be used as a hunting round due to their composite tips that will cause expansion.
They have a very soft lead core and a very thin jacket- they will likely expand just fine.... and they may hit a bone and turn into sand...... large shallow wound may well be fatal.... just not soon enough that you find the animal before the coyotes do.
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