- Wouldn't be my first choiceReview by Mike
I have shot boat loads of these American Eagle bullets over the past 7 or 8 years.
For hunting, since its an FMJ they are inclined to pass through a fox and wont drop him the way a ballistic tip/hollow point/soft point etc would. Thus usually needing a very fast follow up shot. If you want a hunting bullet and you want to use American Eagles then you should really be using the American Eagle hollow points.
For targets, dont waste your money. I can easily hit tennis balls at 400 yards with match ammo, but with these bullets your just gonna pull the hair out of your head. If you want targets a good all rounder that should get you out to about 600-700 would be the hornady superformance.
For plinking. If you just want to shoot some coke cans at 100-150 yards then these will do the job. And at the price (about 12euro a box) you wont feel too guilty if you shoot 8 or 9 boxes over the weekend. (Posted on 15/04/2013)
- does the jobReview by danno
- good vfm,pretty well all whats needed if using iron sights out to 200yrds. (Posted on 09/02/2013)
- Can't be beaten for the moneyReview by colin
I have used these a fair bit over the last two years, super ammo and a really flat shooter. I've nailed a couple of long rabbits with this out to 225yrds, it wont mushroom like the hollowpoint but i dont need that unless its a fox your after.
All round good bullet why pay €30+ for similar performance? Doesn't make sense (Posted on 11/10/2012)