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Postby catfishtony » Thu Dec 27, 2012 8:46 pm

this is a very good MUZZLELOADER FORUM.

with many high grade posts,
members range from pro's and new to the sport.
i really like the other sub boards as well.
IMO I think this keeps most around for the long run.
now with all this said. i would also like a area to chat about
reloading. be it a SST 250 gr, in my 50 cal, with 100 gr 3-7
or is it T7 powder with a 209 P.
Or a special load for my pistol with the same bullet
yet a different powder and primer.

my dream is a year of hunting with the same BOX
of lets say hornady bulk bullets in a ML,Pistol,Rifle.
and i think i can cover most of all my type of game around here with a 45 Cal .452 250 gr bullet
for deer close range pistol,medium range ML
varmint like coyote up close and out to about 165+ yards from this one Bulk Box. loaded right for each weapon.

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Postby guitarpicva » Fri Dec 28, 2012 10:37 am

There are quite a few of us who use those bullets, many using Hornady XTP's and buying bulk Harvester or MMP sabots. It's a great combo and about as all-purpose as one can manage.
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Postby catfishtony » Fri Dec 28, 2012 10:07 pm

thank you

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