Just recently bought a Browning BAR MK3 in 270 Winchester, and absolutely love the rifle. Accurate and the semi auto action seems to eat up a lot of recoil. I've tried 130gr and 140gr bullets so far and got great accuracy from both. For hog hunting I've picked up a few boxes of 130gr partitions though I'm curious as to whether I should have tried the 150gr Paritiom to ensure complete pass through or if I should expect pass throughs with the 130 partition. The reason for my debating this is that my shots will be very close 30-100 yards with 30-60 yards being most likely. Even though the partition is known to be a tough bullet should I expect the 130gr version to hold up or go with the 150 for pass throughs if I find it groups well in my rifle? I'm aware any 130-150gr bullet will do what I need, but I do want pass throughs for good blood trails since I'm hunting in thick woods.