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  1. Hi everyone, Just curious to find out what PW members reckon the best weight of .243 bullet for roe is? I'm still relatively inexperienced in deer matters and when I started out, a friend who is a professional stalker recommended always using 100 grain bullets. There's no doubt that Federal Premium 100 grains do the job, but I'm finding that they make a hell of a mess on the way out of the animal. I shot a doe on Friday and her whole right lung was more or less hanging out of the exit wound. I lost a lot of that side of the carcass as a result, which I didn't feel too good about. I re
  2. I am after some advice or previous knowledge. I own a remy 770 in .270 and am finding the trigger a little heavy on the pull. Is this something you can adjust yourself quite easily to reduce the amount of pressure needed for the pin to fire? Is there a specific way to do it. Should i just find a gunsmith?
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