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Right, the ones for sale on rmr are flat base soft point (not fused)
Originally Posted by Yamaraja
Fusions are boat tail
The RMR ones are still great for a heavy paper puncher... I dont think they would be too bad on deer either, if I remember correctly from Xmans testing they are kinda like SSTs. Will destroy some meat but take the animal down.
Did all the Fusions give you exit wounds? How big were the exit holes? On those that were not DRT, did you get good blood trails?
Why did you migrate to the 120 grain Cavity Back bullets?
The 130 Fusion exited on the buck leaving a wound a little larger than a quarter,, made it about 40 yards before piling up - plenty of blood.
Originally Posted by Brazos_Jack
The hogs all collapsed in their tracks. If you can blow up the photo, the two lower hogs show the exit wounds...one about quarter size, the black hog
was drilled through the neck - with bullet and bone exiting for a 3 to 4 inch wound.
The ranges varied between 115 and 225 yards.