Re: .270, 110 Grain Bullet
I have used the 130gr Ballistic Tips and 130gr Win. Ballistic Silver Tips out in .270 Win. and .270WSM. They have done what was asked of them on deer. I have also used them in .243, 7mm and .30cal on deer also.
I have used 130gr Hornady Interlocks(flat base) in .270 Win & WSM, and I have used them in .243,.277,.284(7mm), .30, .35 and .375.
Ballistic Tips (the kind designed for big game) have always done well for me on deer in that the deer were very dead after being shot. The tips do not flatten in the magazine under recoil. The bullets are accurate at long range too. My only complaint is that they are more apt to over expand and break apart while they separate from the jacket, especially at ranges under 100yds.
The Hornady bullets have done just as well killing deer, they are as accurate as the B-tips, they do a good deal of damage while still holding together even at close range. You get Nosler Partition like performance, twice the bullets in the box, and half the price.
Either of the two will serve you fine for deer.
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