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#7085482 - 02/19/18 09:09 PM Pig shooting - 60 gr Partition vs 64 gr BSB
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Registered: 07/03/12
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Loc: Central Texas
Do any of you fellows have any personal experience with the two bullets mentioned above? Specifically, iíd Like to know if one or the other is more effective on pigs or deer.

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#7085517 - 02/19/18 09:37 PM Re: Pig shooting - 60 gr Partition vs 64 gr BSB [Re: 603Country]
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60 gr Partitions worked awesome on a fat axis doe this year. Made a 25 yard death run and crashed. Bullet did exit and the entrance and exit holes were big enough to stick a water hose in. No experience with the 64 gr BSB.
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#7085593 - 02/19/18 11:04 PM Re: Pig shooting - 60 gr Partition vs 64 gr BSB [Re: 603Country]
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Registered: 11/22/06
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Shot two doe antelope with the 64 BSB. Both were shoulder shots and neither went anywhere but down. Really impressed. Both exited, but damage externally was minimal. This was a .223 and I was impressed.

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#7085780 - 02/20/18 07:57 AM Re: Pig shooting - 60 gr Partition vs 64 gr BSB [Re: 603Country]
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Have no first hand experience with them, but would expect them to mimic a partition like the accubond was designed to do.
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