I picked up a couple boxes of these bullets at a "going out of business" sale for a very cheap price. My plan is to develop a load for them in my 9.3x62 for possible use on really big African game like buffalo, or really small game like duiker. These bullets are "monometal" round nose solids. Relatively long for weight. I have no doubt that they will punch a 9.3" hole in a small antelope without destroying too much of the meat or cape. I am wondering about the long for weight bullet when used for buffalo. Your experienced opinions are welcome. I wonder about a bullet that is so long for its weight, remaining stable and point forward IN game - have any of you more experienced members used this bullet in a 9.3x62 for buffalo? How was penetration and stability when it hit bone? I have no doubt as to the bullet's ability to hold together, but wonder about its ability to penetrate in a straight line while hitting bone on big animals like buffalo. Would I be better off with a 250 grain weight with this bullet type in this cartridge?