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#204800 - 01/02/20 08:28 PM Re: New Years morning [Re: PsTaN]
45MAN
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TRAPR: YOU GOT NEW YEARS FIGURED OUT, WTG.
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#204801 - 01/02/20 08:57 PM Re: New Years morning [Re: Gregg Richter]
RBO21
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Nice shooting! Congrats.

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#204803 - 01/02/20 09:15 PM Re: New Years morning [Re: RBO21]
Bigbrowndog
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Thanks everybody,...I had actually been looking for a big pig to run that 180xtp into so I could see how well it would do on bigger tougher game, and see if it could be used on stuff the size of elk. I think I'll stick with medium game under 400 pounds, it?s been a really good bullet for deer, antelope and smaller pigs.

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#204805 - 01/02/20 10:06 PM Re: New Years morning [Re: Bigbrowndog]
cherokeetracker
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I like it,,, WTG, good shooting.

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#204810 - 01/03/20 03:32 AM Re: New Years morning [Re: cherokeetracker]
Okie Hunter
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Congrats.
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#204811 - 01/03/20 08:27 AM Re: New Years morning [Re: PsTaN]
jcp161
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Wow! Nice shooting.
That sure did the job.

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#204816 - 01/03/20 10:27 AM Re: New Years morning [Re: Bigbrowndog]
Seminole Wind
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I asked about bullet performance on the Bragging Board before I saw your post here. Sounds like the XTP did a great job.

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#204818 - 01/03/20 11:12 AM Re: New Years morning [Re: Seminole Wind]
Willicd76
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That's a great boar! In reality, they just don't get much bigger than that in the wild....

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#204819 - 01/03/20 11:17 AM Re: New Years morning [Re: Seminole Wind]
Bigbrowndog
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Seminole, I wouldn?t hesitate to take another big pig with that bullet, but I?d want to make sure it wasn?t a raking shot like l took.
I?m considering Sierra 180gr. Tournament masters, and try and get the them to zero the same. Since they have an exposed lead nose, I?m curious if they?ll behave similar to a cast bullet. I?ve had good results with the .44 220gr. version from a levergun, but it?s going another 400fps faster.

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