Discussion in 'Reloading and Ammo' started by Match10, Apr 15, 2012.
Last night I reloaded 350 .44 Special rounds....
This reminds me of a time, many years ago, when I fired 66 rounds of .45-70 from my 1886 Winchester from a bench rest. I was using handloads with 500-grain lead bullets which I cast myself. It was the Lyman 457125HP (hollow point). The mold is older than I am, and I'm 65. Talk about a bruise on the shoulder! OW! (But fun, too!)
These are target rounds for my .44 RemMag..... Although I thought I could use some for SD.
Halo fan here...of the books anyway....the gun that really left a mark in the Halo world was the M99 Stanchion, a rifle that propelled a bullet using similar magnetic acceleration tech as what's in the mass drivers and MAC cannons but on a smaller scale, the fired bullet had enough power to punch through some pretty heavy duty instacrete (more advanced version of concrete stronger than regular concrete) and still blow the intended target into little more than paste
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