clasic handgun calibers & bullets

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Jamesfromjersey
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clasic handgun calibers & bullets

Postby Jamesfromjersey » Wed Jun 29, 2016 3:14 am

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Three of the first straight wall magnum handgun cartridges loaded with Keith type bullets: right to left .357 Mag and 173gr SWC - .41 Mag and 220gr SWC - .44 Mag and 250gr SWC. The youngest of these three is the .41 (40 years old). The oldest is the .357 (80 years old-1935) No one knows how many animals were taken with these three magnum rounds but you can bet the amount is incredible...... There are no crimps on the shells as I just seated the bullets for the photo.
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Re: clasic handgun calibers & bullets

Postby edward » Wed Jun 29, 2016 8:08 pm

who stole the copper???

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Re: clasic handgun calibers & bullets

Postby Jamesfromjersey » Thu Jun 30, 2016 10:03 pm

Eddie, I`am with you 100% on the copper its just that the cast bullets looked so similar they made for a good pic........
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