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Old December 21, 2018, 10:18 AM   #4
Wyosmith
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If you are getting .67" with the Barnes, I'd just leave it where it likes to be. The Noslers may be as good, but I don't think you will find much that is "better" and unless you are going elk hunting you'd never know.

You know that bullet shoots well so why change? 80 grains when it stops is all the deer or antelope bullet you'd ever need. Most Barnes X bullet retain close to 100% weight. That will be a very good tool for hunting deer or antelope.
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