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magnum44270

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.243 handloaded 95g partition. 72 yd broadside passthrough. 3 lunges forward and done


.270 handloaded 130g partition. 117 yds full frontal. DRT. bullet lodged under hide, rear ham.



270 handloaded 130g Ballistic tip. 112yd frontal neck shot. DRT. Bullet found under hide back of neck
 

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magnum44270

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Huge fan of nosler!. Partitions, AB and ABLR. 60g partitions in my sons .223. 95g partitions in my wifes .243. 140g partitions, 140g AB and 142g ABLR in my 6.5x55. 130g partitions in my .270. 165g partitions in my .308..... Only gun i dont load them in is my elk rifle, 300 RUM, which i handload 200g Aframes. I will be trying 180 Etips whenever Nosler decides to make a batch.
 
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My Quebec-Labrador Caribou that I shot in 2017 with Leaf River Lodge in Quebec. I used my Remington 700 in 7 mm Rem mag with my 160 grain Nosler Accubond handloads. The bull was good enough to be invited to the 30th Boone & Crockett awards ceremony in Springfield, MO this coming August. It is currently on display with the other B&C awards animals in Bass Pro's Wonders of Wildlife Museum in Springfield, MO.
 

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I used another Remington 700 in 7 mm Rem mag and also shooting my 160 grain Nosler Accubond handloads in 2007 to get this Central Canadian Barren Ground Caribou and Musk Ox. I was hunting with Bekere Lake Outfitters out of Inuvik, NT Canada.


 

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My Quebec-Labrador Caribou that I shot in 2017 with Leaf River Lodge in Quebec. I used my Remington 700 in 7 mm Rem mag with my 160 grain Nosler Accubond handloads. The bull was good enough to be invited to the 30th Boone & Crockett awards ceremony in Springfield, MO this coming August. It is currently on display with the other B&C awards animals in Bass Pro's Wonders of Wildlife Museum in Springfield, MO.
That's a helluva nice caribou Buff!!! Congratulations!!

Make sure you take the time to go through the BPS museum and aquarium while you are there. Allow at least 4 hours to go through both......well worth the time and money spent!!
 

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This is a West Virginia bear. A single shot in the chest from about 30 yards with a 270 Win and a 130 gr Ballistic Tip dropped it in its tracks.

When I do my part, these bullets shoot amazingly well in this 6 pound, 6 ounce rifle.
Wow that is quite a big bear from my home state and taken with the exact caliber and bullet that I use for whitetail. Congrats.
 
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