45-70 North Fork 350gr Bullets Ballistics Test

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As soon as the reviewer mentioned he had tested the 180 grain Semi Spitzer I switched to watch that video. He was running them from a .30-06 22.4" barrel @ ~2,600 fps. I'm testing them from a 24" barrel @ just over 2,700 fps and easily staying under SAAMI max pressures. I'm headed out this morning to continue testing which load is most consistent.

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Great videos for what appears to be damn near perfect bullets. I really like that he shows how the bullet performs at 100 yards. As a side note, it also shows how bullet construction has more to do with penetration and how section density has very little to do with actual penetration as well.
 
Looking good I've got to try some of these in my 45-70 Siamese mauser when I can afford some lol, bet those cup point make a heck of a smack on a animal when it hits.
 
Great videos for what appears to be damn near perfect bullets. I really like that he shows how the bullet performs at 100 yards. As a side note, it also shows how bullet construction has more to do with penetration and how section density has very little to do with actual penetration as well.
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Great videos for what appears to be damn near perfect bullets. I really like that he shows how the bullet performs at 100 yards. As a side note, it also shows how bullet construction has more to do with penetration and how section density has very little to do with actual penetration as well.

These more modern bullet designs certainly change the old rules for sure.
 
i have found hornady cup-core flat tip or hollow point 300-350 gr bullets at 1900-2000 fps have been very good bullets for non dangerous game at a reasonable cost in a 95 marlin- ruger #3- new winchester high wall
 
I’ve been watching a lot of this guy’s videos the last few weeks. He’s done some really interesting tests. I like how he recognized the difference between standard bullets and a premium bullet like North Fork right away with the first test. I think that was with a 308.
 

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