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The Hornady ELD-X Precision Hunter Bullets

Three generations of hunters put Hornady’s new ELD-X bullet and Precision Hunter ammo to the test on western big game. Ike Eastman and Dan Turvey Jr. share the logic behind a mid-fall switch from a custom ELD-X load to off-the-shelf Precision Hunter ammo.

About Ike Eastman

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Ike Eastman is the President of Eastmans’ Publishing and oversees the daily operations of Eastmans’ Hunting TV, Eastmans’ Hunting and Bowhunting Journals, Eastmans’ Live Events including the Trophy Deer Tour, films in the fall and is hands-on in all facets of the company. Ike’s hunting knowledge and expertise has been shaped by more than 25 years of pursuing trophy big game across most of North America.

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  1. Ive ran a few eld x thru my 6.5 Creedmore and really liking the accuracy so far.

  2. Do you people realize how irritating the music you play over your voice is? A real headshaker!

  3. Thank you Eastman for this very nice experience. Hope that you can conduct more tests about guns and bullet in this 2017 for us to follow. Cheer!

  4. Hi..I like what you have done, I also want to try it once. Thank you for sharing .. <3

  5. I have a general reloading question for Dan related to powder and temperature. On a scale of 1-5, 1 being minimal and 5 being very sensitive, how sensitive to temperature change are the following powders? If you are uncertain, where might I find a good resource for my question? 1. IMR 4350 2. IMR 4831 3. H 4831sc 4. Reloader 22

  6. Thanks for your Youtube video.

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