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Here is a pic of my Alaskan grizzly I harvested in September. First I shot him through the chest at 300 yards with a 300 RUM and my partner hit him in one shoulder and out the other with a 458 LOTT. Then he ran straight up a mountain for about 300 feet. We couldn't see him but we could see the trees shaking where he was thrashing about. After about 45 minutes he stopped thrashing so I grabbed my 45/70 with Buffalo Bore 500 grain solids, and we climbed up and around until we were 100 feet above him and started down. I got within 50 feet before I could see his body and just to be safe I shot him again in the shoulder, he turned and roared at us and I hit him once more in the back of the head and the slug exited his lower jaw. Both 45/70 slugs went clean through. These animals are extremely tough and I wouldn't go after them with inferior ammo. Thanks for your great product. 


Curtis Dunham
Kenai, Alaska

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Just wanted to drop you a line and say how effective the 158 Gr. 357 ammunition is, I've taken 2 bucks with it this year. These bullets are certainly over achievers, the 1st buck dropped in his tracks @ 65 yards, the 2nd ran about 70 yards before folding up only because I had to rush my shot causing the bullet to be slightly off the mark. I attached a picture of the 2nd buck, he was shot at 60 yards. The picture shows the bullet entrance, which came in at a angle and lodged just under the hide on the opposite hip. Once again thanks for this high quality product.

Jerome Sherrod
Chunchula Al.

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The elk was shot from about 25 yards, full broadside. I used the 325LBT WFN in a Ruger Bisley worked over by Hamilton Bowen. The bullet penetrated completely and took the blood vessels off the top of the heart. The elk reared back and staggered about 20 yards before lying down and never got up. 

The fallow deer was shot from about 30 yards, with the same ammo and gun. I hit him a bit high, and he dropped immediately to the shot and never moved from the place he fell. He needed to be finished off, but that was my shooting, not the ammo. The bullet penetrated completely.

They are both cull animals- funny antlers on the fallow, only one on the elk. They taste like the ones with impressive racks. Good shot placement on the elk resulted in a quick kill. The fallow took a bit of finishing off, but your ammo wasn't the problem- its where I put the bullet.

David Lindsay

*David used Buffalo Bore Item 3A - .45 Colt ammunition

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I just wanted you to know I used your ammo * on a recent trip to Africa and am very impressed with the results. I even had complete penetration through a 2300lb Eland who dropped in less than 100 yds. My Brother used Hornandy XTP JHP on his Eland with the same shot placement and trailed it for 5 miles and then follow up shots to finish it due to lack of penetration and over expansion in the shoulder muscle. You can bet he will be using your ammo on the next trip. I also used your ammo* on other game with the same great results. You have a great load here and a loyal customer, keep up the good work. Thanks Jeff Sanders

* The ammunition used by Jeff Sanders was Buffalo Bore 360 gr. 454 Casull (Item 7C)

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Tim,

Your .38-55 ammunition is awesome! This is the first season hunting with my new Winchester Trails End Hunter Octagon in .38-55 caliber. The 20" barrel makes it balance perfectly and it's a pleasure to shoot as well as carry. The best part is that with the modern metallurgy in the barrel construction, I can shoot this nostalgic caliber but loaded to it's true potential such as your Item # 11, JFN 255 Grain Expander loads. I was first impressed with the accuracy of this round while sighting the rifle in but you really won me over with my experience this hunting season.

The first day of New York's Deer season found this small six pointer about 50-60 yards out from me in some thick brush. I pulled up, found my spot and pulled the trigger. The .38-55 dropped the buck in a heap! The bullet completely passed through the chest cavity and didn't even cause that much meat damage. The deer never moved.

The real testimony comes from this following story. Same deal, it was the first week of New York's bear season in the newly expanded Delaware County. We had a few inches of fresh snow and I came across Bear tracks. I followed them for roughly two hours before I started to realize that I was close. The tracks were very fresh and I could just sense the bears presence. I was in a very thick area of tangled brush that went up both sides of a steep ravine and I heard a crash behind me and turned to find that I had apparently walked past the bear and kicked it out. It was too thick for a shot put I kept the bead on him and waited for an opportunity. He was about 90 yards or so when he turned slightly to the left to change direction and I squeezed off a round. The 255 grain Buffalo Bore bullet slammed into his left shoulder causing him to do a summersault. I shot again but the first shot was all I needed. The bear went less than 10 feet. When skinning the bear I found that the bullet entered the left shoulder, passed through the cavity, went through the right shoulder and came to rest just under the skin on the other side. The bullet had performed flawlessly and mushroomed perfectly. The bullet still weighs an amazing 251 grains! 

I have included some pictures and want to thank you for a great product!

David Wheeler

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