Oregon Trail Laser-Cast Bullets 45-70 Government (459 Diameter) 405 Grain Lead Flat Nose Box of 250
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Oregon Trail Laser-Cast Bullets 45-70 Government (459 Diameter) 405 Grain Lead Flat Nose Box of 250
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Please check local laws before ordering. For more information go to - www. Was the information on this page helpful? Yes No. Do you accept our terms and conditions? Need More Information? Update Your Browser Now! Own this product? Product Reviews are not compatible with your browser.I'm looking to load some Gr, hard cast, bullets for a friends Henry. I would like everyone's suggestions on powder type for this application in this pressure class of I own several rifles in This cartridge is probably the least fussy round I've ever loaded for.
Just about anything in the loading manual will work if you try it. Your biggest problem is going to be in finding a good bullet for the gun.
I've found with cast that many different manufacturers bullets will not shoot well and the ones that do will shoot well with just about any powder. Cast bullets can sometimes be difficult to find a load for and I've used several that I never found a good load for. They were either too hard, too soft, had bad bases, and cursed with no apparent reason not to shoot. If bought commercial they can be all over the map in diameter and if you haven't slugged the barrel you won't even know where to start with any of the cast bullets.
I'd suggest you start by slugging the barrel and then selecting some bullets that are. If you don't want to do that,it's a crap shoot finding out what might work. I will add though that Oregon Trail Laser Cast have shot pretty well out of all my s and they are very uniform diameter.
Meister sells a barrel slugging kit for a very reasonable price. I'd start by slugging the barrel and seeing what diameter bullet you need and then go from there. A mismatched bore and bullet will really ruin your day. You can get leading from mild to severe and that only compounds the problem. I guess I'd say the first thing you need to do is slug the barrel and start from there. IMR is a very good powder for all levels of loads in the You can duplicate ballistics of the original Trapdoor cartridges all the way up to bolt action rifle loads.
I can understand the attraction of cast bullets but, why? There are very good jacketed bullets available that shoot very accurately in most rifles. Don't buy the old Internet myth about shooting out the soft steel barrels with jacketed bullets.
You won't shoot enough rounds to do that. Recoil will see to that. Remove Advertisements. Another one that is good for cast is It wouldn't hurt to slug the bore but if you use a bullet with the right alloy,and the right lube, the bullet will bump up and seal the bore properly without leading. RNFP designed specifically for the. I use their.Remember Me?
Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 20 of Thread: gr cast boolit. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. I am about to start loading my first rounds this Saturday for some Sunday afternoon range time. Anyone have any good warm loads for a Marlin GG?
Thanks, Brazos. I am not real sure how much teeth rattling you are looking for. But 38 grains should get to about fps. I would start at 36 grains and see how your rifle reacts. I got to 55 grains in my Winny Jap 26 inch Octagon barrel and decided that was enough power with that nasty steel Curved shoulder seperator. Be checking for pressure signs. If you do not know how to check for case expansion at the web area do not exceed 54 grains of But for my everyday shooting and carrying about load.
Buffs by the million were shot with less. Even big mean snarly dogs hiding behind bushes seem to be no match for grains of lead at fps and slowing down. God Bless you. I would look here first. Guy bent his lever trying to pry the action open. Many books will list the Marlin as being the stronger action. Not always true! This is for Ruger 1's. Have you tried to see if a loaded round will cycle in your action? My GG won't handle a gr. Just a little too long so they hang up and the carrier won't lift them.
They go in the magazine just fine and then I am totally jammed Something you might want to check before you get all your brass loaded with rounds that won't chamber.Remember Me? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 20 of Thread: gr cast boolit. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. I am about to start loading my first rounds this Saturday for some Sunday afternoon range time. Anyone have any good warm loads for a Marlin GG?
Thanks, Brazos. I am not real sure how much teeth rattling you are looking for. But 38 grains should get to about fps. I would start at 36 grains and see how your rifle reacts. I got to 55 grains in my Winny Jap 26 inch Octagon barrel and decided that was enough power with that nasty steel Curved shoulder seperator.
Be checking for pressure signs. If you do not know how to check for case expansion at the web area do not exceed 54 grains of But for my everyday shooting and carrying about load. Buffs by the million were shot with less. Even big mean snarly dogs hiding behind bushes seem to be no match for grains of lead at fps and slowing down.
God Bless you. I would look here first. Guy bent his lever trying to pry the action open. Many books will list the Marlin as being the stronger action.
Not always true! This is for Ruger 1's. Have you tried to see if a loaded round will cycle in your action? My GG won't handle a gr. Just a little too long so they hang up and the carrier won't lift them. They go in the magazine just fine and then I am totally jammed Something you might want to check before you get all your brass loaded with rounds that won't chamber. My GG is quite brutal with 's at fps.
The will kill anything that walks at fps and is a LOT more fun to shoot. I much prefur Varget as I can get almost the same velocity with a lot less pressure.Enter Your Email Address. Yes, we are working and shipping orders. Currently, orders placed today can take up to three weeks to ship, although we strive to ship them within two weeks.
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I am impressed with the way you shipped the bullets all bullets in individual holes. So far the rifle enjoys these bullets as they shoot great. This of course makes me happy as well. Will be ordering more soon. Thank you for such high quality work.
I shot the cartridge match at the NYState Muzzleloaders Fall shoot and placed 1st in the 50yd rest and the yd rest using your bullets. Thanks for your efforts Jerry, Oxford, NY "I just received my bullets today and were in great condition. Thank you for the extra care and the bullets look very nice.
Hope I can do them justice on the range. Been shooting them a while but just now got around to chronographing some of your gr.
Shot them out of my Handi-Rifle at fps. No leading at all and the bore was very clean after many of them. I'll be ordering more. Custom hand-cast, hand-lubed, and hand-sized bullets — no automated machinery used in our operation, with dependable customer service!
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Brady, Anne B BrittPlant Physiol. Gommers, Elena MontePlant Physiol. Townsend, Renata Retkute, Kannan Chinnathambi, Jamie WP Randall, john foulkes, Elizabete Carmo-Silva, Erik H.
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You can just as easily call it a showdown for current pound-for-pound supremacy. Heck, Roy Jones Jr. But for all its ravenous appeal to hard-core fans within the very niche world of the sports science, it was difficult to imagine it would ever connect to a greater audience beyond that. Although Lomachenko is getting close, neither fighter speaks English full-time in interviews and both have styles which are heavier on technical wizardry (Rigondeaux has been regularly deemed boring) than bone-crushing knockouts.
But something happened along the way to challenge that theory. First, legendary promoter Bob Arum of Top Rank announced a four-year deal with ESPN earlier this year, which included Lomachenko's August victory over Miguel Marriaga, and secured prime real estate for the fight (9 p.
ET) immediately after the Heisman Trophy ceremony. Secondly, the fight sold out the 5,500-seat Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York two months ahead of time. The result has been a steady stream of crossover buzz for a fight pairing a fighter (Ukraine's Lomachenko) who might already be the best in the sport after just 10 pro bouts against maybe the only man equipped to disarm him (Cuba's Rigondeaux).
Even the occasionally gruff Arum, who turns 86 on Friday and enters the 30th event he has promoted at "The World's Most Famous Arena" throughout 50-plus years in boxing, had to admit he was pleasantly surprised at how the fight has been received. It's something that is well merited. It's not a fluke that it's getting the attention that it's getting because of the participants involved. These are two of the greatest amateur fighters in boxing history and the fact that they are going at each other is something truly splendid.
I'm honored to promote this fight. But the bout offers much more to each fighter on a macro level. For Rigondeaux, 37, his professional career has been a constant battle of one step forward and two steps back. Often avoided due to his talent level and lack of marketability, Rigondeaux has typically been his own worst enemy when it comes to business decisions and his reluctance to fight in a style other than cautious. But a win over Lomachenko would offer Rigondeaux a bookending victory to his career, pairing with his surgical decision win over Nonito Donaire that made his name professionally in 2013.
It would also offer Rigondeaux a chance to play spoiler for a second time against his former promoter Arum, who dropped him after his contract expired in 2013. While you could argue that Lomachenko would benefit more from a commercially satisfying victory to further help build his star, a win over Rigondeaux offers something critically that no other fight can match.
And for those who have been slow to anoint Lomachenko so early in his career as one big-name fighter after another as avoided him, this is important. Power: Both have relied more on speed and accuracy to finish opponents than heavy hands over the years.
And even though Rigondeaux likely has more power comparable to his own division than Lomachenko, considering he has a history of having broken the eye sockets of two opponents and the jaw of another, it's hard to overlook he will be moving up two divisions to face Lomachenko.