I shoot them out of my .45/70 Guide Gun and they'll shoot a 3 shot, clover leaf (albeit a big one) off of the bench. Apparently the rifling in the older Marlins don't do well with them? Don't know for sure but I think I heard that about them.
I don't have ducks. I don't have rows. I have squirrels. And they're drunk.
Yep, been shooting them out of my Marlin since they hit the market. Gives you a 200 yard range, but I can't seem to get them to pattern very tight. For a while I thought it was my scope, but I've about decided that my gun just doesn't like 'em. Let me know what you turn up.
Thanks to all, I will try them, but from what I've read here,they may not group good. I bought my 336 new in 1970. It will shoot 1 inch group at 100 now with 150gr. original Barnes X, but I can't get them now. The new ones are called Triple Shock.
they shot terrible in my 336 30-30 and in the 35 rem. Both were just beyond belief. Both rifles have micro groove riflingin and shoot Rem Green box into 1.3 inches or less at 100 yards. I personally would never buy them or recommend them based upon my experiences. I have a box and half left, need someone local to take them away.
I've been loading them for friends, one in 30-30 one in .35 rem. The 35 rem shot very nice groups, the 30-30 was a consistent 1.5"-2" at 100 so I'll try to tweak that for him a little better before the season.