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tumbler made wildcat??

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by jacob.elliott, May 4, 2009.

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  1. jacob.elliott

    jacob.elliott Member

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    so i learned something this weekend don't tumble 8mm bullets with 44mag brass. the vibrations caused the media to work itself between the bullet and the case causing it to become stuck. I had to use my puller/hammer to get about a dozen of these things apart.

    but it got me thinking that a this would be a pretty good short range cartridge. maybe im wrong or maybe there already is one.
     
  2. Devon

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    Sabot?
     
  3. jacob.elliott

    jacob.elliott Member

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    i have been doing this alot
    i forgot to upload a pic
     

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    One similar variation is the 357/44 Bain and Davis
     
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    How cute!

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    Big brother to the 5.7x28mm? :)
     
  7. Roccobro

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    Kinda reminds me of the .224 BOZ flop.

    Justin
     
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