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Old March 25, 2012, 12:50 PM   #20
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If I wanted one bullet to do most anything here it would be a 158 LRN. Easy reloading and loading the gun, in both rounds, along with being a bullet both shoot well in all conditions. The Hornady bullet 10508 will suit your needs, but break your wallet.
I think a better "do everything" bullet is the Lee 158 grain flat point (RF, they call it) It has a huge meplat with tapered sides to load easily.
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