Bullet Weight Retention and Performance .270
This is a discussion on Bullet Weight Retention and Performance .270 within the Firearms & Ammunition General forums, part of the Firearms & Ammunition category; Originally Posted by BRICKBURN I thought I would share some of my experience with my bullets from the great African ...
11-16-2011, 05:17 AM #21
AMEN Brickburn! The .270 Win is veeeery underestimated cal - sucessfully hunted more animals with mine from Jackal up to Kudu the past 10 years than i can remember - do your part and the sun will shine on you with this cal. Congrats on your successful hunt and thank you for the technical feedback.FHM3006
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11-16-2011, 07:59 AM #22
Well we recommend the 270 as the minimum when clients are coming over to hunt plainsgame including bigger critters like wildebeest and kudu and I must say from the few that did bring their 270 all went well two of them the last year hunted with the 150gr win XP3 bullets and they worked like a charm. These new bullets brought new life to a lot of rifles that was considered inadequate in the last couple of years.Frederik Cocquyt, Outfitter and Professional Hunter
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11-16-2011, 10:27 AM #23
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Frederik, I was forewarned before I left home to have GOOD bullets and the .270 would work fine.
After my experience in South Africa and now at home a well constructed bullet makes all the difference.
It should lead to some new confidence in SA for the PH's if someone shows up with a .270.Practice whispering before you leave for Africa!
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