i've always thought i'd like the fail safebut got no idea if any of these are any good. now onehorse is the man when you are talking barnes bullets.
That would be a good discussion. I have had problems in the past with that.I haven't had any noticeable problem cleaning my rifles with the copper bullets. Hey, maybe we could start a whole new post on cleaning methods and supplies.
I couldn't agree with you more. Shot placement is the "whole ball of wax" no matter what you are shooting.i agree the high lung shot is the best regardless of bullet type or caliber. This what i always say when caliber, bullet weight etc. comes up...by far the most important part is shot placement the rest is insurance for a poor shot.