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.45 cal acp bullet

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by mykpolson, Jun 14, 2013.

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  1. mykpolson

    mykpolson Member

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    Hi,

    I purchased from Cabela’s a box of bullets that I need clarification on. The label describes the .45 cal contents as: Plated BL T/RS/200/GR Could you tell me what the Plated BL T/RS/200/GR means and what would be the best powder for this type and grain of bullet?

    Thank you,
    Mike
     
  2. edfardos

    edfardos Member

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    RS is round shoulder in berry-speak.. Tips flat with a curve leading up to the tip?. Dome?

    guessing 200 grains, can't speak for the rest.

    I'd use win231 or hp38 (same thing).
     
  3. mykpolson

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    hi,

    Thank you for the input. If you find anything else out that could help me with the rest of the T/RS and what it means please let me know?

    Thank you,
    Mike
     
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    rcmodel Member in memoriam

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    Any chance at all it might say on the box what brand of bullets they are??

    We know for sure right now they are 200 grain bullets.

    But that's all we know without more info from you, or a photo of the bullets..

    rc
     
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    If you send them an email I'm sure they will tell you exactly what all the notations on the box mean. sales@berrysmfg.com
     
  6. dickttx

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    Or look them up on their website. Probably a pretty good description there.
     
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