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I have some Georgia Arms 155 and 180 grain loading that are posted in the pull downs, both had Hodgdon LongShot powder.
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Cartridge is from Ammo Manufacture: Buffalo Bore 147 gr +P Hard Cast
Ballistics Information: 9mm
Muzzle Velocity: 1100 fps
Muzzle Energy: 395 ft. lbs
Brass Make/Headstamp: JAG – Brass
Bullet Make/Weight/Construction/Info; Length 0.6345”/Dia. 0.3565”: Hard Cast 147 gr. 
Actual weight 150.4 / 150.0 grains (flat base) Crimp line 0.3555” (red lube)
C.O.A.L.: 1.0730” / 1.0730”
Primer: Small Pistol primer Brass color
Case: Diameter 0.3865” Crimp Diameter 0.3780” Length 0.7500”
Powder Description/Positive ID/Type/Charge Weight: AutoComp 4.6 / 4.6 grains











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10mm Hunting / Re: Range, how far is too far with a pistol?
« Last post by Harleycolt on Today at 07:42:44 PM »
Now this isn't hunting but watched a video today of a 500 yard shot, not once but 3 in a row on a steel ram using a custom built 6" barrel 10mm! This was performed by a company called Accuracy X with a 180gr bullet at 1300fps. Don't know how much energy it would have at that range but you could clearly hear the hits!
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Cartridge is from Ammo Manufacture: Brotherhood Munitions 115gr FMJ (reman) (two distinctly different loadings here)
Ballistics Information: 9mm
Muzzle Velocity: 1100 fps
Muzzle Energy: 310 ft. lbs
Brass Make/Headstamp: CBC & FC – Brass (cases very clean inside)
Bullet Make/Weight/Construction/Info; Length 0.5555” / 0.5565”
Dia. 0.3655” / 0.3550”: 115 gr. FMJ
Actual weight 115.0 grains) Crimp line 0.3525” / 0.3510”
C.O.A.L.: 1.1530” / 1.1530”
Primer: Small Pistol primer Brass & Nickel color
Case: Diameter 0.360” / 0.3880” Crimp Diameter 0.3775” / 0.3740” Length 0.7480”



CBC brass Powder Description/Positive ID/Type/Charge Weight: Silhouette 6.4 grains







Federal brass Powder Description/Positive ID/Type/Charge Weight:W231 HP38 4.6 grains






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Yes except the flakes are a little smaller and thinner for Bullseye and it is a faster burning powder than Power pistol...
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Already up on Gunbroker. Buy it now between $675-800.
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10mm Hunting / Re: Optics for the 10mm
« Last post by johnholliday on Today at 06:23:54 PM »
Huge RMR fan these days.


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Shotguns / Re: Mossberg Shockwave
« Last post by inv136 on Today at 05:34:42 PM »
I just purchased a Shockwave from PSA for $400. I was going to get the Remington, but, the price was too tempting to pass up. I added a sling, Mesa Tactical side saddle with top rail for a light and laser. I haven't shot it yet, but, disassembly was a son of a gun. I've owned and handled Ithaca model 37, Remington 870, and Benelli M1, M3, and M4 shotguns. This is my first Mossberg. I was not impressed. All of the other shotguns are fairly simple to disassemble. But, not the Mossberg. It took me an hour to get it disassembled for cleaning and to get it reassembled. The instruction manual sucked.

I should have gotten the Remington Tac 14. Remington 870 shotguns are a lot simpler and quicker to disassemble. You don't have to remove the trigger group to disassemble it like you do the Mossberg. And, you don't have as many loose parts laying around like you do with the Mossberg.

As for the grip, the bird's head grip style is a lot less jarring on your shooting hand as a pistol type grip is because the regular pistol grip imparts the full recoil of the shotgun directly into the web of your shooting hand. The Bird's head grip directs the recoil under the palm of your shooting hand. I would definitely not change out the grip for a pistol type grip unless you like having a sore hand every time you pull the trigger.   
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Nice, very nice!
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I think that's the first with Bullseye so far. It looks kind of like Power Pistol?
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