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2 for 1 shot


Category: Bullets

Shooter: Paul

Posted: Jan 4, 2013

The photos are of an Interbond bullet that took two Deer at once, during the 2012 Deer season in West Tennessee. They were walking together about 10 feet apart crossing horzionally.

The bullet began life as a 150 gr. Interbond Cal. 30-06. It was loaded into Winchester brass, with 62 gr. of Hodgon Super performance powder, lit off by a Winchester Large rifle primer. The Deer were about 130 yrds. away when struck by the bullet. They were both dropped in their tracks. When dressing the deer the expended bullet was found just under the skin of the second deer. It penetrated the ribcages of both deer, took out the spinal columns of both also.

The recovered bullet weighed 137.2 gr. and expanded to .740 across its widest part. It opened up into 3 distinctive petals, with the 3rd. and 4th. almost seperated. All in all, this is a very fine performing bullet.