So in recent years I have started to fall in love with the TSX bullets ever since shooting them through my .375 H&H for Brown Bear. Since then I have used them in my .243 for Blacktails. Before using the TSX my .243 would almost never pass through a deer.
So here I am thinking about my sheep hunt this August. I like to take the 7mm sheep hunting for the flat trajectory. I see that Barnes has made a 110 gr. TTSX that Federal loads. I was wondering on what everyone's thoughts are on using this 110 gr. round for sheep.
My first thought would be that its a little small, but then again I should be able to get good penetration with it being solid copper.
Anyone have any ideas?