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Would a .204 be a little too destructive on a bobcat? I use the basic Hornady 32 grain V-Max. I would not want to mess a bobcat up too bad, because I would like to get it mounted. I know there is a long way until the season, but I am toying with the idea of getting a different rifle.
 

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that shouldnt tear it up. id be suprised if you have an exit hole with good shot placement.
 

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Yea it will, I use the hornady 45gr soft points... i took a nice red yesterdays morning with just a quarter sized hole... i will post pixs if i knew how, im typin this on my phone i do not have interweb for the pc eigt now
 

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And that is the 204, i didnt even halfto resight it at 100y it shot the same. that is a 204 i have, the 45 gr is at 3625 fps and its a sturdy bullet that will pass through, if i was going to shoot a deer with my gun that is what i would use.
 

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Maverick,

I shoot the same bullet out of a very similar caliber. I have tore some but, normally I am just fine. I am low on time but, I will try to find some pics of fur damage for you.

Kirk McKendree
 
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