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Hog Hunting with 45Colt: Part 3 Testing Linebaugh Loads

Hog Hunting with 45Colt: Part 3 Testing Linebaugh Loads

| December 31, 2016 | 1 Comments

Continuing on my journey in preparing for a hog hunt I have coming up at the beginning of the year, I have continued to research 45Colt in a lever action. In my research I came across an article by the famous John Linebaugh — Gun Notes: The .45 Colt – Dissolving the Myth, Discovering the […]

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10MM Club

10MM Club

| December 24, 2016 | 0 Comments

Stay tuned for a new page release dedicated to the 10mm. I will be starting a 10MM Club page that resembles the 300Blackout Journey page. Featuring loads and ramblings about the 10mm. Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post Bookmark in Browser Tell a friend

Hog Hunting with 45 Colt: Part 2 Testing Loads

Hog Hunting with 45 Colt: Part 2 Testing Loads

| December 18, 2016 | 1 Comments

After using the documents I referenced in part 1 of this series along with the quickload software to develop the right loads. I packed up my lever action, chronograph and the 18 rounds I had just loaded. My wife thought I was nuts, I was talking with her on the phone while packing to let her […]

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Hog Hunting with 45 Colt

Hog Hunting with 45 Colt

| December 18, 2016 | 3 Comments

The 45 Colt is the foundation of many debates occurring daily on the internet and in gun shops around the world. The top 3 debates seem to start with the name or proper nomenclature is it 45 Colt or .45 Long Colt, 45 Colt is better than 44 Magnum especially if reloading and last but […]

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Browning BPR 22LR Ammunition

Browning BPR 22LR Ammunition

| June 25, 2016 | 2 Comments

Browning recently has partnered with Winchester to deliver three new .22LR products branded Browning BPR (Browning Performance Rimfire). 37gr. fragmenting BPR designed to fragment upon striking a varmint transferring all of its energy on target 40gr. High velocity hollow point with a muzzle velocity of 1,435 delivering 183 foot pounds of energy at the muzzle […]

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