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Magnus bullets feedback

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by biogenic, Oct 16, 2011.

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  1. biogenic

    biogenic Member

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    Can anyone give me some feedback on Magnus bullets? They have some swaged products which I am interested in.
     
  2. jeffreybehr

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    I used Magnus 185HPs as target and practice loads in my .45GAPs. They worked just finely.
     
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    I've used Magnus 511s (.358" 125 gr swc).
    They were decently priced & worked fine.

    If they have a size, weight & style you wanna try, I would say "go ahead".

    As always, good luck & stay safe.
     
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    Never heard anything bad about Magnus.
     
  5. biogenic

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    Thanks
     
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    Purchase by phone or on the web with confidence.

    I've dealt with them several times on their jacketed bullets and they always get right back if there is a question on my order. Then they ship right away. They've even called me on occasion. I consider that very personal and first rate service. I've been very pleased with the front office and shipping departments! Their web site is always up-to-date too.

    2 thumbs up !
     
  7. biogenic

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    Good to hear. I'll place an order in the next few days. :D
     
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    I buy them from Midsouthshooterssupply.com I use the 158 grain SWCHP swaged bullets in my home defense load, and the 135 grain LRN cast bullets for 9mm for plinking. (I bought a *bunch* of the 135's when they were still cheap) I'll be switching to my own cast bullets in the 9mm when these run out, but I like the 158 HP's enough to order more when I use these up.
     
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