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Old 01-26-2012, 12:26 AM   #1
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I just noticed that Hornady is having a limited run on some never before done calibers in Critical defense through Cabela's.The .357Sig,the 10mm auto and the .44Mag.I haven't looked at the 10mm and 357sig ballistics,but the .44M is EXACTLY what I wanted for awhile and exactly what I would design if I owned Hornady,it's a 180gr FTX bullet in a 44mag case@1,235 fps velocity,that's a perfect toned down 610ft lbs of energy,comparable to a .357 mag energy,so the overpenetration problem would be solved and still have uber knockdown power.



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Old 01-26-2012, 05:37 AM   #2
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I just noticed that Hornady is having a limited run on some never before done calibers in Critical defense through Cabela's.The .357Sig,the 10mm auto and the .44Mag.I haven't looked at the 10mm and 357sig ballistics,but the .44M is EXACTLY what I wanted for awhile and exactly what I would design if I owned Hornady,it's a 180gr FTX bullet in a 44mag case@1,235 fps velocity,that's a perfect toned down 610ft lbs of energy,comparable to a .357 mag energy,so the overpenetration problem would be solved and still have uber knockdown power.
That's some hella big knockdown power.
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That's easy to do in 10mm, so why in the F load a 44 that far down?

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