I think this will clear things up bearcat....x out rounds were zeroing.... the rounds in the nine ring are the ones that count. As far as the 200 TSX opening... it’s made for light to medium game at ranges no more than 150 yards. As far as your explanation of stabilization, the first paragraph is correct but the last two contradict the first.
200 TSX is made by Barnes, 200 FTX is made by HornadyI contacted Hornady and they said no on using the ME bullet in my 30-30... so that's why I asked. I thought how much of a difference could it make... but then I guess it does. I inquired about the 35 Rem... TSX and that the 35 is a big game cartridge. So why the 200 grainer.. for deer? They said it's just that, a deer bullet. SMH.... ????? Why design a 200 grain bullet just for deer? Why not just a 150 grain bullet..... ??
over stabilization, fast twist/short bullet, is not a problem[/QUOTE]sorry missed TSX... the 200 grain bullet should not be used at all in the 35 Remington.
Try better to keep up.... I'm talking about the FTX not the TSX....thanks. I'll quote what you said and see if it helps.
Generally speaking... but in this case it's more about weight.