grumpy wrote:Thats pretty much top of the line stuff, I use Nolser or V max, I only know 22 cal, but I get good results, this photo, five rounds at 110 yards.. good luck with the new bench, it's always fun..
ETA this was 22-250...
They are a bit pricey, i agree,I use them for deer hunting as the bullets get extremely good results, the weird part is you have to drop down a weight to get the same ballistics of a leaded bullet. I have been testing a bonded bullet from hornady with awesome results, true test will be autopsy results on a deer, I really like that in my 270 I can keep the 130 gr bullet, but the barnes 110 is a wicked game bullet as it has like velocity and recoil is less.
I dont use my 22-250 for deer, but i have loaded some 45 gr barnes i keep just in case a nice buck steps in my way while coyote blasting. The round shoots like a lazer i am sure you agree, Ive been playing with sierra 50 gr blitzkings, they are a bit pricey as well but its the only thing i can get my hands on as 224 caliber projectiles are near nonexistent.
have great prices on bonded bullets from hornady, they are blems, however near half price from normal pricing on a ballistic tipped hornady, and of course theyre bonded core