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Hello, my name is Jimmy Elixson and I just want to say thanks for your 45-70+p loads. I shot a 427lb black bear just a few weeks ago, with your 350 gr. bullet and wow! I made a straight on shot at about 4 feet in the head and the bullet went in under the left eye and went thru the head and all the way down be side the back back bone and I dug the bullet out of the back left ham. My bear was 5 feet 3 inches from nose to tail on it side laying down and your bullet was about 3 inches from making a complete pass thru on that bear.

I have hunted black bears a long time and this is by far the best ammo my buddies and I have ever seen. I bought ammo back in late November just to try something new and I'm glad I did. And I love how it shoots in my Marlin guide gun. I'll be a customer of yours for many more hunting seasons to come. Oh, I almost forgot to mention, I weighed the bullet when I pulled it out and it still weighed 337 grains. Once again thanks. 

Jimmy

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To all at Buffalo Bore 
I used your 45-70 buffalo bore 350 grain bullet and took this buffalo at 75 yards - blowing out both lungs and exiting the other side with a 3/4" size hole. I dropped him immediately with one shot. Because of the awesome knockdown power and accuracy of your ammunition I will not use any other kind from now on. 
Just thought you would like to know how I feel about your product.
Thanks, 
Craig Lowe
Florissant, CO

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I purchased your ammo (350 gr. 45-70) from Cabela's and then checked out your website after getting it off the box.

My bear scaled at 451 lbs. field dressed with approx. live weight of 500 lbs. The dogs had it bayed up in these open hardwoods. I took my shot from about 50 yards and put him right down. Once again, thanks for a super product. Your ammo is top shelf.

John
Townsend, WI

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This 238 pound TX hog dropped to one round of your 45 Colt 325 grain. The round struck the inside corner of the right eye and exited behind the last rib on the opposite side of the animal. The range was around 25 yards. Awesome penetration from a pistol round! 

This Buffalo was taken with your 45-70 430 grain penetrator. Two quick broadside shots at 116 yard on the rangefinder completely passed through. When the animal turned facing away I took two more quick shots at the base of the tail. One of these rounds was recovered under the jaw bone. Only the angled portion of the bullet was gone and the remaining base weighs 398 grains. The second rear to front shot hit the opposing shoulder, breaking it. This impact also broke the bullet that was recovered in the chest cavity in two equal pieces that weigh right at 200 grains each. In comparison, another hunter used a different ammo with the same weight solids at 1400 fps on a similar animal. His furthest shot was 57 yards. The animal received 5 broadside shots before it went down and one finisher was necessary. Only one of these bullets penetrated though. Your Buffalo Bore ammo clearly has the edge on big heavy animals! 

Thanks for great products 

Joe Riekers
T. Riekers Sporting Agency
L.I., New York
(516) 804-9750

 


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I finally shot my Montana moose after over two months of scouting and hunting. I shot him twice at about 70 yards with an open sight Marlin 1895CB using your 350-grain 45-70 cartridge. The first shot double lunged him, penetrated the back shoulder blade and exited the back side, albeit with a small hole. The second shot, which I now know wasn't necessary but I didn't want him going anywhere, hit him in the upper neck, shattered the neck bone, and the bullet lodged just under the hide on the back side. This bullet I recovered and will send you a pic when I figure out a good place to take one. The bullet looks great and weighs about 293 grains (on a poor scale) for 83% retention. I will weigh it on a powder scale and get you an exact weight. 

Thanks again for great bullets. I found I was able to put your bullets on a pie plate at 100 and 200 yards with open sights. I don't like the stock open sights on the Marlin and will be installing better ones, but even with these I can be pretty accurate. Interestingly, the stock Marlin sights don't have enough downward rear adjustment in the little sliding insert to put your bullets on target at 100 yards. I had to completely remove the little insert in the back buckhorn sight, then move the back sight down on the ramp as far as it would go. Fortunately, that put me right on at 100 and 200 yards. With better sights, I would not be surprised if it could be a 300 yard gun. 

Bryan Douglass M
Missoula, MT

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