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Old 04-15-2017, 05:12 PM
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Pictures of factory .454 barnes 250gr bullets, going 1,700fps into newspapers, and a load I made that uses the .454 barnes 250gr bullet, but in the .460 casing( going about 2,133fps). The only difference is I fired the .460 250gr barnes in to a jug of water, then newspapers. I am sure the factory .454 barnes ammo would have opened up a lot more, if I shot it into a jug of water, then into newspapers. I think I found my new deer load!! Plus the 250gr .454 barnes bullet looks awesome in a .460 casing!! Here is what used for powder, and Grains. 41.5gr of H110 powder, and of course the 250gr barnes XPB.
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