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Old December 14th, 2017, 09:30 AM #71
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A lot of good information here guys. Thanks for all of the recommendations. Like stated a few posts ago, I now have a .45 Colt Rifle as well and will be buying a box of Buffalo Bore for it.

I currently have 2 types of ammo that meet the requirements for .357. Federal 158 and Buffalo Bore. We will see how it goes in January. I am 100% confident in doing my part.
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About 7.2 Lbs of energy per grain for a 158 gr. projectile with a .177 SD at 1800 fps. according to published short range tables
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