Now there's one more premium bullet choice in the dangerous game category. This kind of reminds me of the saying that if it's new and improved it isn't new, and if the old one worked why did you need to improve it? I was perusing my new Hornady catalog and saw that they are now offering a new DG series for .375 and up. The softnose looks like an XTP on steroids, copper plated steel jacket, hard lead core, and serrations in the nose in the expanding version.
Given the technology of the his day, it appears that this might have been the type of softnosed bullet that Elmer Keith would have had a hand in designing were he still alive and opining.
Since Hornady's are not usually recommended when the discussion is about bullets for BB (except for the usual tongue in cheek .220 Swift advice) I was wondering if anyone out there was going to be first in line to try these out this spring.
Certainly, anyone so inclined would be using enough gun, so any failures would certainly be the bullet's fault no matter how poor the shot placement.