myank said:Does anyone have any first hand experience with 110 grain bullets out of a .270 for whitetail?
That Sir, is probably one of the most laughable and inaccurate statements I have ever read, certainly written from a complete point of ignorance!Harrysigafoo said:Sort of agree with Moose. The TSX is not a good deer bullet, if you are handloading most any other bullet would be a better deer choice. the all copper bullet expand very eradic, especially on smaller game like whitetail. A 130 grain Cor-lok would be significantly better.
Have fun cleaning that barrel.
The 125gr .30 cal is not a great deer bullet UNLESS it would happen to be a TSX , GMX or similar bullet built to be used on big game. Most 125gr .30cal bullets are for shooting varmints.moosehunter said:myank said:Does anyone have any first hand experience with 110 grain bullets out of a .270 for whitetail?
I don't know what a 110 grain could do that a good 130 could not do better? A 130 would certainly have less drop at long range making those long shots easier and the 130 kills the 110 in SD. The question then becomes why just like with the .30 125 grain? I also don't care if they do blow big holes in 120 pound deer. What do they do in the case of a 220 pound deer? Now that's what I'm talking about.