European deer, mouflon and chamois

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European deer, mouflon and chamois

Postby Saltner » Mon Nov 18, 2019 1:47 pm

Two splendid trophies hired at 500 yards.

The deer with a Winchester M70 pre 64 in 300 WBY, rebarrel Krieger, charge 83 gn of N170 and A-Max 208 (3051 fps).
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The mouflon was break with a Blaser R93 in 300 WSM with charge 70 gn of N160 and SST 165 (3000 fps).
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The female chamois break with the Winchester at 250 yards
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Postby bushmeister » Mon Nov 18, 2019 8:32 pm

Nice. That chamois and mouflon are really beautiful! I love my 300 wsm. I load it down to 308 for deer here in GA and go full speed for moose, elk when I get the chance.
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Re: European deer, mouflon and chamois

Postby Saltner » Tue Nov 19, 2019 5:07 am

I would love to hunt the moose and the bear.
I also have a Pedersoli Brutus cal. 50 and I hunted two mouflons, a wonderful experience with the muzzle loading !!!
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Re: European deer, mouflon and chamois

Postby Saltner » Sun Dec 08, 2019 12:33 pm

12.03.2019 More chamois shot down with Winchester M70 in 300WBY at 437 yards with home load 208 A-Max (3051 fp/s)
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Re: European deer, mouflon and chamois

Postby plant_one » Mon Dec 09, 2019 12:34 pm

how is that 208 amax acting on impact? does the exit wound show lots of expansion, "normal" mushroom type expansion, or no expansion at all?
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Re: European deer, mouflon and chamois

Postby Saltner » Tue Dec 17, 2019 12:01 pm

The bullet hit the neck and destroyed the vertebrae.
In the deer, however, it was struck behind the shoulder, damaged the lungs, liver and destroyed inside
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