These are awesome pictures. Something definitely on a bucket list of mine. Maybe I’m just stupid or an illiterate American. However, I can’t seem to figure out clear & concise pricing on the “size” of the animal. Sorry if I missed something.
That’s awesome man! Congratulations. Nilgai is next on my list…. I’ve passed on a few before, as they just weren’t the one I was looking for. My wife is from that area….I can’t wait to go down there again.
Article written years ago in TTHA…..was a study done on calibers/kills. From .223-300mag+
The .25 cartridge had the closest point of impact to recovery than any other caliber.
It was interesting & somewhat surprising.
Avid duck hunter here…… I exclusively use BOSS shells and have for several years.before they became all the rage. They simply work. They probably cost 2x the price of the cheap crap off the shelf. However, your kill shots/body count will increase by at least 2x. Well worth it in grand scheme of...
I sold my 04 Chevy Z71 with 250k miles on it to my landscaper…. Almost original. It’s still going pulling a trailer everyday. My 17 Z71 has had a néw transmission, new AC, new brakes, etc….. with under 100k…… I don’t know how to comment without crying!
A study done years ago….. the .25 caliber killed more deer at a devastating rate than any caliber in-terms of point of impact vs. distance to recovery…… basically distance from where they where hit. That was done based on calibers ranging from 223-300WM. The good old 25-06 is/was a beast to be...
I think just about all calibers have their haters…. 308, 30-06, etc.
The 6.5 is a great flat round that has great performance. However, my personal experience is that it is fast & is not designed to open up fast. Do anything inside 100…. It’s not expanding, anything over 300 it may lose some...