Federal, .270 Winchester, NP, 130 Grain, 20 Rounds is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Josh147 from No bloodDoes not leave a big exit hole. If the bullet does not drop them on the spot, it will be hard to track them. So far out if 4 deer. Two died on the spot, the other two only ran 40 yards but did not bleed.
Date published: 2018-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by Iain from Great .270 Win roundI have used these now for 18 months for both Roe and Red Deer in .270 Win. I find them consistent and reliable with a cold barrel. This is very important for me.
Date published: 2017-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by BRUCE from Great for a white tailed deer great penetration and knockdown very reliable ammo
Date published: 2014-08-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by longshot270 from Best bullet you can get. If you like a quick clean kill at ranges of over 500 yards.Best bullet you can get. If you like a quick clean kill at ranges of over 500 yards, with a great accuracy out of my Remington 700 BDL. This Barnes bullet will get the job done on Elk or Deer Antlope. You Can get the Performance of a hevier slug, and get more speed and less Recoil. One Shot One Kill.... You can count on barnes bullets to get the job done. With the way these slugs hold together and retain almost 100 percent of there orignal weight, and expand good even at ranges of over 500 yards. I have recovered several slugs from long range hits on deer in the past, and even the bullet broke the back bone and several ribs with out loss of pedals. Deformed a little, but still hung together and was at a full mushroom. That Says Something! Good luck on all your hunts, and God Bless.
Date published: 2012-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by CaptGuy from OUTSTANDING FACTORY AMMOWithout a dought the most accurate factory ammo out of my Sako Carbine. I can't even handload a round that is close to this in accuracy. Consistantly under an inch at 100 yards. I've killed over 50 whitetails in the last 15 years with this bullet and 20 in the last 10 years with this factory load and have recovered only one bullet (head on shot on a 200 + pound 8 pt in Alabama), the rest have been complete pass throughs. The one I recovered was a head on shot at 75 yards entering the right side of the chest and the bullet was recovered just under the skin on the left ham. The buck field dressed 202 pounds. That's penetration. I can't say enough good about ammo.