How fur friendly are .223 varmit grenades.
I noticed that too. I shot that bobcat at about 80 yards and was surprised at how loud the bullet slap was. Sounded like a .416 Rigby hitting a water buffalo!NMDogslayer said:Catcapper I have been shooting them at a lot of different yards. I have noticed that if they are out further than about a 100 the sound of the hit with these bullets is really loud.
Don't know. The only reason I have these VG's is a friend of mine bought them to load for his 22-250. That was over a year ago and he still has not shot any of them. I loaded a box of .223's just to see what they do. Like Furhunter says, they are very long for the weight and you have to be very careful on your loads as far as seating the bullet. They are so long they can be seated to deeply and affect your pressures. If you do load some, you might want to keep that in mind. As for me, once I shoot up this box, I don't plan on loading any more.Rem22-250 said:Nice cat. I'm wondering how the varmint grenedes work in a 22-250 also.