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Perfect Cartridge

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by pinkymingeo, Nov 19, 2008.

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  1. pinkymingeo

    pinkymingeo Member

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    I just finished a batch of my current favorite 44mag plinking load - 9.8 AA5 under a 260rnfp. Checking my handiwork I realized they're, well, perfect. Don't get me wrong. The bullets are cheap and kind of rough. The cases have been loaded about 10 times already. They just look perfect. LRNs are dull. LSWCs are ugly. Jacketed bullets just don't count. But the RNFP loaded in the 44mag case is symmetrical, lyrical and just plain (dare I say it again?) perfect.
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  2. The Bushmaster

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    Shinny....MMMM....Shinny....
     
  3. Remo-99

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    Nice shiney 'Old Style' cowboy rounds.
    Wyatt Earp would be envious.
     
  4. Walkalong

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    Look "perfect" to me. :)
     
  5. WNTFW

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    "you've got to ask yourself one question: Do I look perfect? Well, do ya,"

    They do have a right purposeful porportion to them.
     
  6. easyrider6042004@yahoo.ca

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    Looks mighty purrrrty.

    Does anybody know who makes similar profile in .357?
     
  7. .38 Special

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    Meh. Each cartridge has a perfect bullet. In the .44 Magnum it's a Keith SWC. :scrutiny::D
     
  8. Shoney

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    Entry Word: lyrical
    Function: adjective

    1 having a pleasantly flowing quality suggestive of music<the lyrical cadences of voice-over narration give the film a very poignant quality>— see lyric 1
    2 having qualities suggestive of poetry<the photographer achieves a very lyrical effect with her intentionally blurred images of flowers growing in the wild>— see poetic

     
  9. The Bushmaster

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    Shoney...Get off the sause...:evil:
     
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