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posted on by Tan the Man
I have now used this ammo on several hunts. 2 javelina hunts, coyote hunt and a mule deer hunt. None of the animals moved after getting slammed with it. Dead on site power, and the accuracy is amazing. Took my AR-10 out to 500meters and I would consistently hit a 12" plate no problem.
posted on by Dennis
This ammo held a great 3 shot groups at a 100 and 200 yards for me on a AR10 308 Aero Precision with a Savarski scope both yardage shooting from a rest on a calm day could be cover with a quarter.... And the damage it did to a buck at a 100 yards was unbelievable .... Highly recommend
posted on by Ty
I've shot 3 deer with the 243 rounds. The best rounds I have found in the market. I've shot a doe behind the shoulder at 200 yards and she ran about 5 feet and two bucks in the neck and they dropped before they even thought about it. It has amazing damage and the exit holes are pretty graphic id have to say. Over all the best hunting round I have found. I just can get over the amount of damage these bullets bring. They are bad ass
posted on by Codename Joker Actual
I've run this through a Savage 10fp with a 1in10 twist, 20 inch barrel. It performed flawlessly with sub-MOA accuracy. Will be moving up to the 180 grain to better accommodate the higher twist rate of the rifling.
posted on by TANNER CARLSOM
I have shot the Nuge ammo both at the range and most recently on my mule deer hunt in Eastern Arizona. At the range I experience exceptional accuracy about .5 MOA with my AR-10. It certainly dropped my mule deer with one shot from 216 yards with a quartering away shot. I plan to continue shooting this ammo my rifle loves it and the lead free bullet that does a number on your game is a plus. Only down side is the price but not much more expensive than Barnes 168gr factory ammo. Only 2-3 dollars more but with Ted Nugent ammo your bullet will be flying about 100 FPS faster.
posted on by KURT SHANAMAN
I shot about 500 rounds of this TN .308 ammo and was not happy with it. The trajectory was radically different per round. For example, I shot targets at 100, 150. 200. 250 and 500 yards. I used three different rifles. A Remington 700, Winchester model 70 and a M1 Garand chambered for .308. All rifles were previously sighted in with Leupold scopes. The TN ammo shot high, low, to the left and right. I could not get an accurate pattern with any rifle. I thought that the rifles were the culprit but I repeated the shooting using Winchester Super-X, Remington and Hornady ammo. I shot 3" groupings with all. So Uncle Ted, I love your music but your ammo sucks. Don't waste you hard earned dollars for over-priced inferior ammo.