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    Jim,

    They have some heavy weight endorsment from folks like Dr. Van Zwoll, Dave Petzel, Dr. Sam Fadala, and the late Gary Sitton.

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    I'm going to have to do some research on this Hawk bullet. I've read the advertisements but no other knowledge really.

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  • "The Hawk bullet is less streamlined than many bullets, but designer Bob Fulton says the ogive , not the nose itself, is the mai

    "The Hawk bullet is less streamlined than many bullets, but designer Bob Fulton says the ogive , not the nose itself, is the main shape factor when determining ballistic coefficient. The thick, soft jacket holds the upset nose together, wound channels are wide and deep and bullet weight retention is high." \- Wayne Von Zwoll "Why Smart Shooters Put A Premium on Custom Bullets" Rifle Shooter Magazine Any comments?

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