“A. 30-06 with 130 or 150 grain bullets is also plenty fast and shoots "flat" enough for practical hunting ranges.”
“My question is, using 100 grain bullets, is this an adequate caliber/bullet weight for deer sized game?”
“Sure, but I think sturdy 150 grain bullets is about the starting point.”
“I have fired a .358 Norma Magnum with 250 grain bullets from a M-70 Winchester (formerly a .300 WM) rebarreled for that cartridge.”
“He was getting 3,050 fps out of a 22-inch barrel, and I think the most I've ever gotten from a 7mm Weatherby and 175-grain bullets is 2,900 fps, out of a 24-inch barrel.”
“All I know is that I've shot maybe a dozen or so hogs over the years and never had one go more than a couple of feet after being hit with 139 grain bullets from a 7X57, 130 grain bullets from a .270 and 180 grain bullets from an '06.”
“The move was made to get rid of the negative connection that the term bullets had with the franchise.”
“The information that you were espousing about Teflon coated bullets is identical to what the anti-gun groups were spreading at the time.”
“I would look into the 300 Remington Ultra Mag and their Power Level ammunition; it allows you to shoot different grain bullets with similar ballistics.”
“The .243 or 6mm Remington with 60-grain or 75-grain bullets is also an excellent choice, out to 300-350 yards, maybe 400 yards, if the shooter is very accurate and has a good rest.”
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