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    Default Re: Bullet performance data base

    Those look textbook.

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    I have been using bullet of similar constuction (Rhino Solid Shank) for many years.
    I think it's the best way to make a hunting bullet. Nothing else I have used puts game down the way these things do.

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    I've been busy with load development on my 300WM using the 180gr SBC.
    Did test loads yesterday with a chrony. Rudi adjusted the data and gave me a load to use.

    This was the first 3 shots at 100m with a bit of a wind. These bullets are really accurate.
    Can't wait to do more testing on game at range

    Sent from my SM-S901E using Tapatalk
    A roaring Lion kills no game

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    Default Re: Bullet performance data base

    Quote Originally Posted by MyLani View Post
    I've been busy with load development on my 300WM using the 180gr SBC.
    Did test loads yesterday with a chrony. Rudi adjusted the data and gave me a load to use.

    This was the first 3 shots at 100m with a bit of a wind. These bullets are really accurate.
    Can't wait to do more testing on game at range

    Sent from my SM-S901E using Tapatalk
    I have tested Safari Bullet Company's bullets in a 7x57, .30-'06, 9.3x62, .375 H&H and .416 rem mag and experienced excellent accuracy in all calibers. Performance on game is also excellent. We are really fortunate to have hunting bullets of this quality available from a local producer who also offer superb, personal service in helping with load developement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TStone View Post
    I have tested Safari Bullet Company's bullets in a 7x57, .30-'06, 9.3x62, .375 H&H and .416 rem mag and experienced excellent accuracy in all calibers. Performance on game is also excellent. We are really fortunate to have hunting bullets of this quality available from a local producer who also offer superb, personal service in helping with load developement.
    That's an endorsement of note coming from whence it does. Good work Rudi! Great to have one of our own making the highest quality for us right here.

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