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Is a 117 grain bullet from a 25-06 enough to kill a bull elk ethically?

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  • Taylor Pommier
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    i wouldnt be afraid of using a 117 grain bullet as long as its well constructed and the shot and placement are good i see no problems with it

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  • bigjake
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    I wouldnt use anything less than .30 cal

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  • powderhound
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    I agree with The Captain shot placement is everything.

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  • the captain
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    Good question.
    I would say that a 117 grain bullet is not optimal for killing elk, however shot placement is everything.
    If you can take a broadside or neck shot, then I can see nothing wrong with shooting the round at elk.
    Just know your limitations, in that you cannot force the shot (running, walking away, etc).
    I have seen elk killed with .243s the went out like a light.

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