Yeah BUT that's a hollow point match. They don't expand - they just move a bit of weight farther back for balance. The tiny hole is either inconsequential or MAY have a positive effect on flight as well. They COULD make a 'hollow front' bullet and close the tiny hole up if they wanted.I was shooting some cinder blocks a while back and was really surprised they broke through the blocks way better than 55gr fmj's.......wasn't expecting that from a hollow point.
Well, when you learn how to make deer 'appear' PLEASE give me a call!that would be cool, I have some 180gr balitic tip 30-06's I should see what they do someday since I have been able to shoot game with one yet, because I apparently forgot how to hunt or have had a bad luck streak lol
The gun runs like a clock. I went right for the major power factor rounds (so I knew that I had it!) - the Enos gang pretty much have it down 175/178gr bullets with Alliant 1680 or 5744 (bought 5 lbs at LGS once I had it!) pushing it. Add a mag primer if needed. ZING. Now I've been working on some long distance 150gr rounds. I'll post targets soon. I'm in a shootout that ends on the 30th.how are you doing on the Blackout front ?
haven't shot and animal with one but I have tried to recover some through water jugs and near as I can tell the fragment every time , violently. I can recover more from a 55gr softpointDo those heavier match, hollow points fragment or do they hold together. I though match hpbt ammo fragmented fairly easily, making it not a good hunting choice for larger thicker skinned game.