And Ted Mitchell likes the 35 bore, you brought his knife, coincidence?@CBH
I'd take my Grohman and Ted Mitchell knives as well as some butcher knives for meat
@CBH AustraliaAnd Ted Mitchell likes the 35 bore, you brought his knife, coincidence?
Meat? It’s dog bait, we are talking about culling ferals.
The only camel I ate was a bought jerky. It was a bit dry.
I do have butcher knives and the trusty Engel. My wife likes to make Jerky.
@bruce mouldstrouble with that kind of meat is getting it back to the vehicle sometimes.
backstrap is the best, but a lot of work to get,
a front leg can be hung in a tree and stripped as you need it in cooler weather.
but a front leg is not light to carry.
and you need a biggish meat bag.
No...yours obviously did not fail.Tarbe,
You mean that the 400 grain .411 Woodie Weldcore that exited and was never found may have failed even though it put a hole in the heart of my Cape buff? Ouch again as that xxxx bullet traversed 40 inches of buff internals without hitting a bone and ruined the guts, lungs and heart was defective because it did not hang around to be evaluated?
Guess I need to go back to hunting school!
Oh no! A convert fresh from the baptism of Bob. There will no living with him now...haha! He's made a believer of me and I neither have one nor have I shot one.It's thanks to you that I brought my 35 Whelen from being a safe queen to using it quite frequently now. When I 1st acquired it years and years ago I shot it with factory ammo. Nice gun but nothing exciting! Then after all your raving I started reloading for it. Wow what a difference. mind you I am stuffing it with NP's so I will probably get all my exercise tracking wounded animals.
How is the accuracy with the Accubond 225? The reports I have read put it behind some other bullets.@Graham Hunter
Just switch to 225 grain accubonds or Woodleigh at 2,800 to 2,950 fps. If you want to go bigger go the 250grain Speer hotcore or Woodleigh at 2,700 fps .
The Whelen will take all you want. If you want the ultimate in penetration go for the 225 grain woodleigh hydrostatic, 280 swift Aframe or the 225grain TSX.