There are many different aspects about this subject and each has the hunters that will swear by their method. What are your thoughts about this?
Aug 21, 2018
Client Michael shot his very old, very large Cape buffalo from 55 yards with the .458 Lott. The 480 gr Peregrine VRG-2 mono-copper bullet went in one shoulder, broke through a rib, took the main arteries off the heart top and exploded the top and bottom chambers on one side, broke though an opposite rib and just missed the opposite humerus, made a calibre size hole through the skin and was gone. The old bull went down in his tracks like a bag of potatoes as if he was brain shot - the first time I have witnessed a heart shot Cape buffalo do that. Impeccable shot placement and outstanding behaviour by the Peregrine flat nose solid. Photos will follow.