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    Moose Clock - Bullet Placent and performance

    http://www.aaaalaskanoutfitters.com/...ge/1941269.htm

    On this page you can see the scandinavian Moose Clock . " Vital zones for Moose "
    You can make the same clock for red,sika, ......deer

    For me a cartridge/bullet combination must be able to penetrate completely the animal, break the oposite shoulder and exit from postion 45% at 7h. This at acceptable distance. What combination ( factory load ) can do that reliable at 250m on red deer , sika.

    Sorry : Bullet Placement

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    I dont get the quartering away 10% bit

    Surely when the animal turns away the line of sight to the heart opens up more not less? The foreleg no longer become the first thing it must pass through to score a direct hit on the heart itself

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