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leverevolution in a snubbie

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by altitude_19, Dec 20, 2010.

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  1. altitude_19

    altitude_19 Member

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    Has Anybody tried the 140 grain 357 magnum leverevolution load in a 2.5 inch barrel? I'm curious about what chronograph results I could expect. Namely whether or not it would be better than the 125 grain critical defense load.
     
  2. altitude_19

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    So NOBODY has fired leverevolution in a handgun?
     
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    The LeveRevolution bullet was designed for rifles -- the idea being a sharp-pointed bullet that could be safely used in tubular magazines. It wasn't designed for handguns and shouldn't be expected to turn in spectacular performance in handguns.
     
  5. altitude_19

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    VERY interesting...thanks! I guess it IS designed for a rifle after all. I got 50 rounds of this as a gift. Suppose I can just use it for training ammo and re-use the casings.
     
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