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Old 03-22-2008, 01:11 PM
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Old 03-22-2008, 02:15 PM
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To all posters in this thread, I am going through and cleaning out the most offensive of posts here. This serves as a warning to keep it friendly folks. No sexist, homophobic, profane or otherwise vulgar posts. Please review our policys /rules for posting if you have any questions.
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Old 03-23-2008, 07:42 AM
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To all posters in this thread, I am going through and cleaning out the most offensive of posts here. This serves as a warning to keep it friendly folks. No sexist, homophobic, profane or otherwise vulgar posts. Please review our policys /rules for posting if you have any questions.
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If it continues, accounts will be banned! Everything Arp mentioned is uncalled for and unnecessary. Thank your Arp for taking the time to clean this thread up.
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Old 03-24-2008, 11:27 AM
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DTrain and Sharpone2, both of you are welcome to continue answering different polite questions about your company's products in this thread. If one of our members posts something out of line, please contact me or admin directly. Welcome to the campfire as fellow hunters.

IPSC and a few others who had legitimate questions regarding hunting and bullet performance, you are welcome to make further inquiries. Some members have a genuine interest in these bullets and technology. HNI is a clearinghouse for this type of information so that hunters can learn more from each other. Although I probably won't switch from my Nosler Partititons for elk hunting, I am curious to learn more about how these rounds work and their performance on various animals.

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Old 03-24-2008, 11:59 AM
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I will say I learned a great deal about this type of ammo after reading this thread. I am more of a shoot with the camera and sometimes a bow person, so I called a relative who is military and talked to them at length about the applications of this type of ammo and its applications in the military. It was very interesting to say the least.
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Old 03-25-2008, 05:12 PM
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Well since there were a lot of untrue statements about these bullets made early on in this thread, and you guys banned the one guy telling the truth, and left much of the flames directed towards him unedited and not removed, I will post some evidence, as I have watched the guy you banned take bear and elk with one shot kills using these bullets. S1 has killed more big game animals with this technology at long range than anyone else. No sane person would dismiss that many one shot kills.

I find it remarkable the lude and crude things that were said about s1, his sexual orientation, and his mother, yet the offending posters who said these things are still posting and were not banned. This type of selective enforcement of the rules show the true character those running this forum, and can't be well received by any objective person reading this thread and actually interested in the truth. How unfortunate, an how obvious the prejudice.

Below is a picture of two bears that were both shot in 2003 through the front shoulder and died in their tracks. The one on the left was a 340 pound female shot at 85 yards, and the one in the right of the picture was a 300 pound male shot at 565 yards through the front shoulder. The male also fell to the ground without running. The previous statements made about these bullets splashing on bone are just false. When you actually hunt with these bullets and skin the animals, you will see for yourself, an elk shoulder and a moose shoulder are no match for the 200 grain bullet. You can read what was written 4 years ago about these bears at http://artactical.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/853600194/m/949104476

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