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Old 08-27-2019, 10:29 AM   #1
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Default Speer 270-gr JSP .44 Mag

These looks so pretty, and love to cost savings..... under $30

Speer Deep Curl - 270-gr JSP - H110 20.3 gr - Starline Brass



If I had purchased these same 50 rounds from Buffalo Bore Ammo for $95.07 plus shipping.

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They look good J_B.
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Shot some of these 270-gr JSP loads today.... Let's just say, they're bear loads, and not for range practice....
It felt like a big handful, but are controllable. You just know it's felt with authority.

Heavy weight hitters for sure.
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Shot some of these 270-gr JSP loads today.... Let's just say, they're bear loads, and not for range practice....
It felt like a big handful, but are controllable. You just know it's felt with authority.

Heavy weight hitters for sure.
Yup! (Kick like hell don't they!)
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Yup! You're talking to a guy who qualified and carried a 4" Model 29 for awhile. (My brothers on the range hated me and their scores went down.) Our department went through a phase that allowed you to carry anything you could qualify with as long as it was .38 Special caliber or larger. That only lasted a couple of years. It wasn't a very practical duty gun, but it was cool while it lasted. (A short version of Dirty Harry's legendary weapon.) I replaced it with a 1911 in .45 Auto.
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