Results are reported from recently performed bulk-damage, pulse-scaling experiments on DKDP tripler samples taken from NIF-size, rapid-growth boule BD7. The tests were performed on LLNL's Optical Sciences Laser. A matrix of samples was exposed to single shots at 351 nm (3(omega) ) with average fluences from 4 to 8 J/cm2 for pulse durations of 1, 3 and 10 ns. The damage sites were scatter-mapped after testing to determine the damage evolution as a function of local beam fluence. The average bulk damage microcavity (pinpoint) density varied nearly linearly with fluence with peak values of approximately 16,000 pp/mm3 at 1 ns, 10,000 pp/mm3 at 3 ns and 400 pp/mm3 at 10 ns for fluences in the 8-10 J/cm2 range. The average size of a pinpoint was 10(+14,-9) micrometers at 1 ns, 37+/- 20 micrometers at 3 ns and approximately 110 micrometers at 10 ns, although all pulse durations produced pinpoints with a wide distribution of sizes. Analysis of the pinpoint density data yielded pulse-scaling behavior of t0.35. Significant planar cracking around the pinpoint as was observed for the 10 ns case but not for the 1 and 3 ns pulses. Crack formation around pinpoints has also been observed frequently for Zeus ADT tests at approximately 8 ns. The high pinpoint densities also lead to significant eruption of near-surface bulk damage. Measurements of the damage site area for surface and bulk gave ratios (Asurf/Abulk) of 2:1 at 1 ns, 7:1 at 3 ns and 110:1 at 10 ns.