A couple shots in the dirt at the stray squirrel that is just in front of her car will turn her around at the mailbox: You're Welcome.
Specifically in Left Hand with a medium sporter/ MRC #4 contour 26" barrel & a Magnum length magazine box to load them a little long....
Their Background is why they get those guns.
Case in Point;
More of anything Governing is not the Answer.
This is absolutely true.
If the repercussions of the crime was more painful, this would be a step in the right direction.
So Much Truth in both of these: how do you do right by one and at the same time ensure those big percentages are not able to do what they are...
BFR 454 is no larger than a Freedom Arms in 454.
I will assume the same is true for the Ruger.
I won't buy another FA because of the BFR.
Have you shot one in .454?
I had one in .454 that I put probably 350 rounds thru.
It was very accurate.
OP, that's a sweet 600.
This is well put.
I have owned a BFR in .454 and a FA Model 83 Field Grade in .454: I prefer the BFR for the simple fact that I like the cylinder...
For practical purposes, the .454 does the almost same thing, more efficiently.
First time ever, the word efficiently has been used in the same...
It might be for yours, but this load locked my SBH up: thus the recommendation not to shoot this load in his.
340 grains @ 1425fps is a bit different than 300 grains @ 1200.
Y'all stay safe.
I grew up on JT, which tells you I'm a youngan.
His revolver articles are on up there with some of the best.
I like SBH very much as well; actually I prefer it as far as big bore revolvers go, but I like 'em Hot!
Everything up to the +p loads, go with it.
Don't shoot the +p loads.
Garrett's has a 310 grain Sledgehammer that isn't a slouch. Garrett's are...
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