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PostSubject: BlackWidow bullets    January 8th 2018, 10:16 pm

Has any one tested or used these bullets ,,
http://www.thegunworks.com/custprodgun.cfm?ProductID=1318&do=detail&Cat2Option=yes

They are Oregon legal , To follow our BS rules , This was my third year elk hunting and I used the bull shop 460 gr bullet with good results  ,4 Tags 4 elk but not every one using same bullet ,, 2   CVA V2  ,1  Knight Ultra lite , 1  Hawkins
Very good year and no wet cows ,,
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PostSubject: Re: BlackWidow bullets    January 9th 2018, 9:58 am

Olehunter, with results like you're getting on Elk harvest I don't think you need to consider a different bullet.  cheers  Congrats on your success!

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PostSubject: Re: BlackWidow bullets    January 9th 2018, 10:20 am

A maxi ball with a ballistic tip? crazy 

Stick with the bullshop bullets.

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PostSubject: Re: BlackWidow bullets    January 9th 2018, 3:16 pm

@FrontierGander wrote:
A maxi ball with a ballistic tip? crazy 

Stick with the bullshop bullets.

I agree. If you want maxi-balls, cast your own ... a hell of a lot cheaper.

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PostSubject: Re: BlackWidow bullets    January 9th 2018, 10:54 pm

Thanks guys I appreciate the good feed back , I shoot the 460 gr bullet 90 gr T7 3f  but it does kick . At 100 yards it broke the back leg on my cow as she was being pushed by ,the big bull all the archery hunters were after . He finally realized I was there and took off  . I had a [ 50yard ] previous lung shot in her and the bull put the horns to her trying to get her to leave , I know I risked hitting the big bull but was very confident in my shot and rest ,
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PostSubject: Re: BlackWidow bullets    Yesterday at 7:23 pm

@FrontierGander wrote:
A maxi ball with a ballistic tip? crazy 

Stick with the bullshop bullets.
ditto

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