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Optics Journeyman
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Has anyone used the 150g in 308? How was the performance on game?

I had bought some of the factory loads and my rifle hated them. It was shooting about 1 1/4 in average. So I never went through the trouble to hand load them. I had purchased a box of bullets at that time and set them on the shelf.

Well, I recently went to that old box and decided to load them up. I was getting ready to go shoot some steel and a little fodder would not be a bad thing. To my amazement when I was shooting a little paper zeroing in I got the best groups of my life. They are not as cheep as my SMK I normally shoot with, but if I can shoot the same for target and hunting that is a big bonus. I am a firm believer in shoot your hunting loads enough to be confident in them and know where it will land.

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They perform the same as BT's.
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: September/30/2010 at 16:11
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Joined: September/27/2010
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I haven't used them in .308, but I've used them quite a bit in .243 (95gr).  My Savage isn't particularly happy with the "ready-mades," but really likes them in my reloads.  I don't think there is a significant advantage over the standard Nosler Ballistic Tip which run a bit cheaper.
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