HOG120509Six wild Florida hogs taken in 2009 with six shots, five pigs shown, the sixth was too heavy to load into the truck. The marksmen are Trey Krips and Daniel Myers. All 1 shot kills, using a Contender in .338 Whisper and the 338-500 subsonic with a Berger .17 payload bullet.
500PhantomSubI thought you might like these pics of one of your .50cal subsonic bullets (510-210). I shot a Sambar deer stag from 60yds with my .500Phantom, muzzle velocity of 900ft/s. The bullet hit the centre of the chest as the animal was facing me, and penetrated through the whole chest cavity and was lodged under the skin near the last rib. Needless to say the deer dropped straight away! Andrew Noble Technical Services LIGHTFORCE - NIGHTFORCE OPTICS
510 Forland LionAfrican lion taken in 2009 by Espen Flåten from Kaupanger in the Sognefjord, Norway, using a rifle in .510 Forland and a custom Lehigh copper hollowpoint.
Meyers Bear 100_4067This 598 pound Georgia black bear was taken in 2009 by Randy Myers. Randy was using the 500-510 controlled fracturing subsonic bullet in a 510 Whisper Encore. The terminal performance of a large subsonic bullet can be amazing; this enormous bear only went twenty yards
kellies pig 500 CyrusMonster West Virginian hog taken by Kellie Cyrus in 2009. Kellie was using a 500 Cyrus loaded with a 185 grain Lehigh copper hollowpoint designed for the .50 GI handgun. Some pig!
452-200 Nick SopkoThis is my nephew Nick, happily testing bullet designs. Note the deer does not look so happy! This is the third deer taken with the 452-200 muzzle loader bullet.
karaa bear510"470 lb black bear taken by Kara Cayton, guided by her dad Sid Cayton in eastern NC on Nov 13 2009. Kara used the Ruger #1 in 510 whisper w/Lehigh .510 subsonic hunting brass bullet (510-500)."
510 special subsonicTwo beautiful Georgia bucks taken by Randy Myers with a subsonic 510 Whisper and a custom Lehigh subsonic bullet designed for a 1:10 twist barrel.
Late Ohio ML Season 2009Very wide six point taken in the Ohio 2009 late muzzleloader season by Tom Drechsler using the 200 grain .400 diameter DOA bullet.