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#200875 - 07/30/19 03:20 PM Re: Favorite bullet [Re: Mech 8]
Sawfish
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Remington 240 gr, HPCL.
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#200878 - 07/30/19 05:34 PM Re: Favorite bullet [Re: Sawfish]
wheelguns
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I still like the old N/P, it's been a good one.
If any of you should happen to come across some please give me a shout.

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#200893 - 07/31/19 01:13 PM Re: Favorite bullet [Re: wheelguns]
Curly
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#200902 - 08/01/19 11:25 PM Re: Favorite bullet [Re: Curly]
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Yea, looks like a Swift would be the best of all worlds for Deer/Hogs or maybe the Barnes X. I may not have time to roll my own this summer, maybe before Deer season. My range is my back yard so I do have time to shoot a few rounds after Supper here and there. I have a new SRH with an Ultradot. I found out that HSM factory ammo "they call, not me" a Bear load, 300 gr. XTP shoot VERY well. I hope they do well, I would think they would.
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#200929 - 08/03/19 07:13 PM Re: Favorite bullet [Re: nomosendero]
abner
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Here in California, we have to use non-lead bullets for ALL our hunting starting this year, so my "all time favorite" bullet just became the Barnes 225gr. out of my 445 Super Mag.

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#200939 - 08/03/19 10:04 PM Re: Favorite bullet [Re: abner]
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 Originally Posted By: abner
Here in California, we have to use non-lead bullets for ALL our hunting starting this year, so my "all time favorite" bullet just became the Barnes 225gr. out of my 445 Super Mag.


Man, that stinks. At the very least, there's at least a few XPB weights in that caliber to choose from.
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#200956 - 08/04/19 04:43 PM Re: Favorite bullet [Re: Chance Weldon]
45MAN
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I SEE WHERE MOST OF THE .429 MAGNUM HUNTERS FEEL THE NEED TO USE EXPANDING BULLETS TO MAKE UP FOR THE SMALLISH CALIBER.
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#200972 - 08/05/19 11:26 AM Re: Favorite bullet [Re: 45MAN]
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#201179 - 08/13/19 12:40 AM Re: Favorite bullet [Re: Zee]
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270gr speer deep curl.
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