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Old 06-03-2012, 11:39 AM   #11
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Generally a boat tail is less reliable in game than a flat base. A flat base should retain weight better. For small whitetail, you are probably fine.
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Like with any other round used for hunting, shot placement is the first consideration. It is not wise to try to make up for a poorly-placed shot with a heavier bullet. A good shot with a 100-grain bullet out of a .243 will stop a deer in its tracks.
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