- Apr 17, 2009
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I am definitely not disagreeing, with you or the Norwegian. two holes are always better than one. I use the (substandard) Remington bullets and have always had a entrance and exit wound, that being said 225 grain bullet might only weigh 100 grains after it exits, but it dumps a lot of energy lead/copper/bone, tissue damage into the animal in the process. the federal fusion ammunition that I have used on the variety of animals that I have used it on, has had the exact outcome.Hello again Nowegianwoods,
I totally agree with you.
In my personal experience, large wild swine and Zebra just to name two of the many, are not the least bit impressed with "energy dump", or muzzle energy, or any other mathematical equations anyone would care to name.
(Aside from brain/spine, or both shoulders broken asunder), the only wound that's better than a sucking chest wound is two sucking chest wounds, an inny and an outy.
Blood out / Air in.
"The most dangerous animals on earth walks on it's hind legs".