Oryx are sledge hammers they really knock deer down. I will be trying the bondstrikes and the tipstrikes but really like the Oryx bullets most shots are instant drops but if they run they leave massive blood trails, this with the 165 grain 30/06 Oryx out of my model 70.
how much do you spend on deer hunting--gas/tags/rifle and scope/cost of transportation/camping stuff(or RV) and other extensives?? I bet a lot more than the cost of those bullets or even loaded ammo. Then consider the bullet is the only thing that contacts the animal and determines if you are successful or not and is the cheapest part of the hunt even if it was $10 each. Now tell me how you cannot justify the cost for a quality bullet which will work even on a poorly placed shot.
A few decades ago they were highly regarded, especially for Weatherby Shooters. Their brass was the best. Then they dissappeared from the U.S. market for many years, or at least they were difficult to find. I am not sure where they rank in quality now.