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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by ravenswood, Jan 22, 2019.
A: 22 LR
D: 40 S&W
E: 45 ACP
F: 38 SPC
G: 357 Mag
H: 500 S&W
I: 300 BLK
J: 8 GA
K: 30 TC
L: 257 WBY
M: 50 BMG
22lr, 380, 9mm, 40, 45, 38spl, 357mag, 44mag, 300blk,12ga,308 win, looks like a .224 in a belted mag case?, 50 bmg
after reading @No_Regerts answer i already know my answer of 44mag is incorrect
The clue is the color of the polycarbonate tip and radiused shoulder....
Its nearly rimless, so it has me stumped
iirc nosler uses that color for 25 cal. damnit i shoulda looked.
Yep, its a 25 in a belted magnum with radiused shoulders. Roy’s favorite.
geeze 100gr at 3600fps
F. .38 Special
G. .357 Magnum
I. .300 BLK
J. 12 gauge
M. .50 BMG......
I hafta remark that them purple ones look 'specially deadly....if I was a Purple People Eater I'd be sure to stay well away from you...........
But after asking my favorite shooting buddies :
We are all stumped.. And disappointed that there is no patch and round ball in the picture...
Is anyone close? How many wrong?
B. .380 auto
D. .40 S&W
F. .38 special
G. .357 magnum
H. .50 AE
I. 300 AAC
J. 12 ga
L. 7mm Weatherby Magnum
40 short and weak
7mm weatherby mag
I think this list nails it, L is the most difficult but definitely a Weatherby identified by the double radius shoulder, might be .270 WM both have the same oal.
pretty sure L is the one that's gonna throw most... it definitely looks like a weatherby magnum but which size of projectile cause there were quite a few that looked near identical... it's definitely a 7mm or smaller though comparing it next to that 308. but the weatherby mag cases are taller and wider than a 308 case and have that steep shoulder and longer neck which gives it away.
Yep, .277 vs .284, hard to tell a difference from the photo.
You guess mine and I'll guess yours. No cheating . I'm never gonna get all these back in the right boxes
As long as you get them in the correct firearm you'll be okay.