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Hero # 1: Bill Gade - Elk - 300 grain Semi Spitzer Big Game
- 110 gr Pyrodex RS
Hero # 2: Bill Gade - Cow Moose - 350 grain "LBT - Alloy"
- 3 Pyrodex Pellets
Bill was in Utah on a Cow Moose tag testing the new "LBT -
Alloy" bullet. The cow was broadside at 97 yards. The bullet broke both shoulders
and destroyed both lungs while exiting the opposite side. The Moose was down
inside 30 yards. Good shot Bill!
Hero # 3: Gene Dungan - Elk
390 grain Ultimate 1
"Colorado Conical" ahead of 90 grains of FFg
"...the bullet expanded to .930" with a retained weight of 364 grains...the
elk was down in 10-12 yards...the bullet did an excellent job ...completely
destroyed both lungs...bullet was recovered just under the hide on the far side
after clipping a rib"
Gene. Glad we could help.
Hero # 4: Bob Gardiner - Manitoba Caribou
250 grain .40 QT HP - 120 Pyrodex RS - CCI # 11 - Kahnke Model 94
Good job Bob! The first harvest with the .40 QT. 97 yard shot - zero yards
to recovery. Great hunt in spite of the plane burning, leaking pontoon
Hero # 5: Dave Ahern - Arizona Elk
writes "I used one of your fine Extreme 360's to bag this nice 6x6
Elk in Arizona in November of 1999. It was a slightly downhill, frontal
shot at about 80 yards. He was down before I recovered from the recoil
and the smoke had cleared! The bullet entered through the neck/shoulder,
traveled through the Heart/lung, and was found well into the entrails.
Estimated penetration is at least 30". I am totally impressed, as was
my hunting partner. He was using 240 gr Hornady XTP sabots. He also bagged
a 6x6, but only after it ran 400 yards! By the way he had a perfect broadside
shot, which was also well placed at less than 60 yards. I also appreciate
all the help you have been on the phone during orders. Precision Bullets
are the way to go!"
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