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Old 07-23-2011, 11:47 AM   #1
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Interesting Buffalo Bore .44 Spl short barrel SD ammo

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Old 08-29-2011, 03:21 AM   #2
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I have been looking for some good SD ammo for the 44 special.
Thanks, I just bought a box.
 
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I have been looking for some good SD ammo for the 44 special.
Thanks, I just bought a box.
I hope it keeps you safe, brother......
 
 
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I've always liked the "Specials" and especially the .44 Special. I'm sometimes amused by the assertion that the .38 Special 158 LSWCHP loading is an "excellent" defense round, and even the standard pressure LSWC is "pretty decent"...but the .44 200 LSWCHP is somehow anemic and barely adequate. It equates to the assertions that .45 ACP hardball 230 RNJ/800-830 fps is perfectly capable...but the .45 Colt firing a 250-grain lead RN flat point or a solid SWC at 900 fps somehow doesn't inspire much confidence.

At conversational/contact distance, even the old downloaded 246 grain LRN at 700 fps demands respect.
 
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Simple answer to this , Brother T.....The education an information most firearms owners have cames from the musty archives of some PROSTITUTED gun rag writers RECTAL CAVITY.....Notice I wrote education an information....education an information is easy to get, You just need the time and money to stay in school......Knowledge and Wisdom , no need to go into that, We all know what that takes.....The likes of Elmer Keith , Charles Askins , Jack OConner , Bill Jordan , Col Whelen , Richard Reel, all Yaw'l can add to this list , won't come again....It is a different world now , different people....

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Old 08-31-2011, 11:17 AM   #6
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Simple answer to this , Brother T.....The education an information most firearms owners have cames from the musty archives of some PROSTITUTED gun rag writers RECTAL CAVITY.....Notice I wrote education an information....education an information is easy to get, You just need the time and money to stay in school......Knowledge and Wisdom , no need to go into that, We all know what that takes.....The likes of Elmer Keith , Charles Askins , Jack OConner , Bill Jordan , Col Whelen , Richard Reel, all Yaw'l can add to this list , won't come again....It is a different world now , different people....

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Damn Wild Bill, that was poetic. My eyes are swelling up with tears from all that nice talking there.
 
Old 08-31-2011, 11:24 AM   #7
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I've always liked the "Specials" and especially the .44 Special. I'm sometimes amused by the assertion that the .38 Special 158 LSWCHP loading is an "excellent" defense round, and even the standard pressure LSWC is "pretty decent"...but the .44 200 LSWCHP is somehow anemic and barely adequate. It equates to the assertions that .45 ACP hardball 230 RNJ/800-830 fps is perfectly capable...but the .45 Colt firing a 250-grain lead RN flat point or a solid SWC at 900 fps somehow doesn't inspire much confidence.

At conversational/contact distance, even the old downloaded 246 grain LRN at 700 fps demands respect.
Johnny T you are right. Any chunk of metal going at 700 + fps at 200-250 grains will leave a mark for sure if it finds its way to your soft warm body. They claim the 45acp is the main stopping cartrige of a PD gun. Same ballistics on a 44 special or 45 long just about. Either one would cause a bit of blood loss from the reciever of the lead. Maybe a few broke bones and a real bad head ache too. It just might ruin your picnic that spring day at the park.
 
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I MUST agree, guys. Either of the .44Spl, .44Mag, .45ACP. or .45Colt cartridges is gonna put a SERIOUS hurt on a 2 legged assailant.
 
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YEs.....4th H.....I must admit.....I do wax POETIC at times

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Wild Bill, I dub you ''The Bard Of The Bayou''.........
 
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