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Filled my late season anterless tag yesterday evening,Sitting in a water way by a tree,three legged stool and my bog-pod with home made PSR platform.Doe comes out of tree line directly in front of me,even at 100 yds picks me off.She does the head bob a few times but just stands there flicking her tail,had the pistol pretty much pointed at her.With slow movement got the crosshairs center chest touched her off,she jumps and runs rite at me,turning slightly and crashing 8 ft to my side.100gr. ballistic tip does the job for my 4th deer with that handgun.
 
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Congratulations Sir!
 
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Well done...congrats!

The 100 grain Nosler BT does nicely at .250 speeds. I first started using it in a 14".257 JDJ more than 30 years ago and have never been disappointed in its performance.

Any chance you have photos to post?

Congrats again!
 
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Congrats!!!


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Sorry no pics,bullet works well on deer ,but not on 40 yd. broadside coyotes.
 
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Congratulations.


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My SSK .250 Sav. is one fine shooter, also.
Killed 1155 groundhogs out to 501 yds. with 85 gr. BTs, over 100 deer with it with many different bullets. Did a doe this year at 250 yds. with a 100 TSX. Complete penetration. Ran 30 yds.
The only powder I've ever used in this is WW760.
 
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Congrats. Sounds like she made it easy for you and we need that sometimes.
 
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The hunt couldn't have been any better unless she'd jumped into the back of your truck! Big Grin

Good job.

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Good luck and good hunting.
 
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Excellent work!


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Nice! Congratulations.


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