Nosler sporting revolver bullets **update-WITH PICS**

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  1. BullsBucksandBoars

    BullsBucksandBoars
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    Can anyone share some insight on how these will do in a real world hunting scenario? How's the expansion and weight retention? I got a bunch of the 240 grn JSP and a few of the 300 grn JHP and wanted to load them up to use in my Ruger 44 carbine. Pictures would be great!!!
     
  2. Certaindeaf

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    Well hopefully they're half "engineered" or something.. in the old days, and perhaps today, many jacketed slugs essentially performed as a solid. and a round nose ish solid sucks.
    Semi wadcutters are still available.
     
  3. SinisterSouthpaw

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  4. BullsBucksandBoars

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    So I got a chance to shoot the 240gr JSP from my ruger 44 carbine

    23.5 gr of H110
    CCI large pistol primer
    Remington brass
    fps averaged 1718 and all were within a few FPS of that

    Groups were about 2.5" I didn't expect 1 hole groups but I think I could do better if I eased back to 23.0 gr of H110@1680-1690fps

    These were recovered from a sand/gravel bank at 100yds

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    I'll weigh them and get a real measurement and post up the results later.
     
  5. Certaindeaf

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    I think only grouse and such have gravel and rocks in their craw.
     

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