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    44 Special 200 gr XTP

    I was thinkin’ The same thing after shooting that group. I’m gonna load some up for magnum loads and see how they do the next time I go to the range.
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    44 Special 200 gr XTP

    Loaded up some 44 special with 7.5 gr of power pistol and 8 gr with a 200 gr XTP. Shot at 10 yards with open sights, the load with 7.5 gr was nothing to write home about but the 8 gr charge was the goods in my model 29 44 mag. Gonna try it with 8.5 gr next time I get it out.
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    280 Remington IMR-4350 140 gr Accubond

    I’m using 51 gr of 4350, Norma Brass, Fed 210 primer with and the O A L is 3.290. Haven’t checked the velocity and still need to measure to see how far off the lands.
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    44 magnum fired indoors...

    I bet it sounded like a howitzer going off indoors! LOL My GP 100 357 has a 4” barrel and will bust your eardrums without hearing protection with magnum loads outside. Can’t imagine how much worse it would be indoors.
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    Had the 44 magnum out yesterday

    That Model 29 is my prized possession! I bought it new back in 1987. Don’t get it out as much as I used to, but it sure is fun when I do!
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    280 Remington IMR-4350 140 gr Accubond

    I never really worked with 4350 in this rifle, but the Accubond didn’t group as well with IMR-4831 as they do with the 4350. IMR-4831 & 140 gr BT has been my go to load for this rifle.
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    280 Remington IMR-4350 140 gr Accubond

    Had a unexpected day off yesterday and did a little load development with IMR 4350 with a 140 gr Accubond.
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    Had the 44 magnum out yesterday

    Got an unexpected day off yesterday and loaded up some 44 magnum and hit the range.
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    RCBS 44 Special 44 Magnum Die setup

    Got an email reply from RCBS and they said the same exact thing.
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    RCBS 44 Special 44 Magnum Die setup

    Thanks! There’s a page tore out in the instructions that came with em.
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    240 gr bullets for 444 Marlin

    I’m running the 265 gr Hornady in mine, been curious to see if it will shoot a 240 gr bullet over the years.
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    RCBS 44 Special 44 Magnum Die setup

    I bought a set of RCBS 44 special/44 Magnum dies from a buddy of mine and the instructions don’t say anything about what the spacer provided is supposed to be used for? Any help would be appreciated.
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    240 gr bullets for 444 Marlin

    I have a couple boxes of Speer 240 JSP deep curl bullets and thinkin about loading a few in my 444 Marlin to see how they shoot? I know Remington used to make a load for the 444 with a 240 gr JSP, I’m not sure how they’d hold up against a deer or bear at 444 velocities.
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    2019 Colorado hunting license change

    I saw this while reading the regs this morning, What a bunch of BS! I have 9 points for a deer tag I’ve Been trying to draw. I’m gonna have to think this over if I wanna waste the money on putting in for the draw this year? I’m pretty much done with Colorado at this point!!
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    7mm-08 160 gr Accubond

    That hole is from s load I worked up for my 22-250. I’m using a Redding seating die. This rifle likes 150 gr bullets best out of everything I’ve tried out of so far.
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    7mm-08 160 gr Accubond

    With RL-17 it would print a great group one day and look like I was shooting a shotgun the next with this bullet! Decided to try a slower burning powder and see if that would solve things? Yesterday was the first go with H4831sc.
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    7mm-08 160 gr Accubond

    Had mixed results with a 160 gr AB in my 7mm-08 using RL-17 and tried em with 49 gr H4831sc with a Fed 210 LR Primer.
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    Howa 1500 Hogue Rifle

    Thanks! I’ll have to go back and recheck that, I could’ve swore it said 1-10?
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    Howa 1500 Hogue Rifle

    Looking into getting another rifle next year, I'm looking at another 7mm-08 or 25-06. Both barrels have a 1-10 twist. Anyone know what weight bullets are normally best for that rate of twist in those calibers?
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    Good 444 article

    I’ll have to check that out. I had mine out a couple weeks back makin sure it’s still zeroed in at 100 yards for our upcoming gun season here in Ohio.
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