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Reviews and comments written for the Sierra RN bullet.
 
four months ago I made some ammo with the 220 Sierra RN in a .300 WinMag for a hunting-friend who went to africa. While hunting there he took 1 Oryx-bull, 1 Eland-bull, 5 wildebeasts, 1 hartebeast as well as some springboks with this loading (mv was chronographed under 2800 fts). the bullet did a very nice job on the shorter (i.e. Eland at 70 meters) as well as on the longer shooting-distances (hartebeast at 250+ meters). Though the bullet didnīt exit at all times it held together very well (for example: the bullets that were saved under the exit-sides of the eland and three wildebeasts remained over 70 % of their original-weight!). All animals that got it into the boiler-room were kept as one-shot-kills. I think that the .300 winmag with its relativly low velocity whilest using 220īs doesnīt need really one of the "premiums" to act as a premium....
Submitted by: stefan kovacs
Date: 8/3/2007
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Caliber:
Hunting performance: Accuracy performance:
Rating is from 1-6, where 6 is best.
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