Effective Whitetail Round 130gr 270Review by Hpfuhl88 / (Posted on 11/30/2020)First year I used the 130 grain .277 caliber BT in my Savage Model 111 .270. Fired out of Federal Brass, CCI LR Primer, and 57 grains of H4831SC. Groupings at 50 and 100 yards were between 1/4in and 1/2in velocities around 2830 FPS. On Saturday PA Antlered opener I took a small 6 point with around a 50-60 yard neck shot. The round left a small diameter entrance wouns but took a baseball to almost softball sized hole from the neck. The whitetail dropped and died within seconds. A perfectly functional bullet for whitetail and other thin skinned game. I'd highly recommend it.
A great red stag stopperReview by Colin .270 WSM / (Posted on 10/24/2019)Shot from my Sako 85, re barrelled with a Bartling match barrel, 63grains of Vit N560, with a muzzle velocity of 3200 fps, At 400 yards it has pinpoint accuracy with devastating effect. The bullet mushrooms perfectly imparting maximum energy into your prey. I have shot many lowland red stags and not one has moved more than 25 yards from the point of impact. The lowland red stags in England are fairly large beasts, with a larder weight of 400 lbs plus. I will not shoot prey with any other bullet, nor would I recommend any other hunting bullet to my friends.