You're probably right. After all, Speer has only been successfully making and selling hunting bullets to reloaders for what, some 70 years now?drdougrx said:Nope....bounces right off em. I'd recommend a carbon fiber bullet with a tungsten core.... ;0)
fiveshot said:a lot of people get hung up on the bullet staying together. The reality is you just need the bullet to reach the vitals, damage them and hopefully leave some type of exit would in case you need to track them. I don't really care if the core separates from the jacket so long as part of that bullet makes it out the other side. I read bad reviews where they complain about the bullet coming apart, yet the animal is down. I wonder at what part in the critters death did the bullet fail?