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.357 Magnum

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by BluedRevolver, Sep 2, 2011.

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  1. BluedRevolver

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    Please delete this thread
     
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  2. Fishslayer

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    The M66 by the bed is loaded with .38+P & sits next to a .45ACP.

    I don't ever want to deal with a Big Dog magnum load indoors without ears on.

    Not to mention cleaning powder burns & chunks of BG off my hallway walls....:eek:
     
  3. BluedRevolver

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    I would be using a Smith and Wesson 686 6" barrel for home defense
     
  4. Shienhausser

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    "I would be using a Smith and Wesson 686 6" barrel for home defense"

    I as well.

    And I want .357 in it. In the rare event I have a break-in, I don't want any doubts.
     
  5. Maple_City_Woodsman

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    No.

    If you are worried about 125gr loads, then use the 158gr loads the cartridge was designed around.
     
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