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Reviews and comments written for the Kodiak Bonded Core bullet.
Used the 7mm 175 Grain version out of my 7mm Rem Mag at around 2,850 fps MV in the Fall 2009 WT Deer Season. A Doe at about 100 yards and a Nice Eight Pointer at about 90 yards broadside through both shoulder DRT with 1 inch diameter exit wound. Shot one into a series of 1 gallon water filled jugs at point blank range and retained weight of 122 grain with a nice mushroom.
Submitted by: Bobo 7mm Mag
Date: 5/13/2010
Rifle used: Browning A-Bolt SS
Caliber: 7mm Rem Mag
Hunting performance: 6 Accuracy performance: 5
Rating is from 1-6, where 6 is best.
In .308 diameter, 180 grain from a Model 70 Classic 30-06, I achieved 2725 fps with groups of .9 inches at 100 yards. The bullet performed well on a close-range mountain goat, passing through with exit wounds and internal wound channels as expected.
Submitted by: J
Date: 3/22/2008
Rifle used: Winchester Model 70 Classic
Caliber: 30-06
Hunting performance: 5 Accuracy performance: 4
Rating is from 1-6, where 6 is best.
I have used these bullets in .358 and .375 in the past 5 years to take moose, black bear, and deer. All pass through shots with exit wounds indicating good expansion. A 250 grain Protected Point from a 35 Whelen went through both front shoulders of a 6'+ black bear from 150 yards.
Submitted by: J. Lorenz
Date: 9/23/2004
Rifle used:
Hunting performance: Accuracy performance:
Rating is from 1-6, where 6 is best.
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