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Old 07-08-2012, 11:27 PM   #21
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I'm still hoping they release the leverEvolution projectiles someday.
I'm pretty sure they did. Finding them though I think is the challenge.
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Anyone else want to post a list of all the guns they own? I would, but all mine were stolen. Not to worry, no thieves ever watch these threads.
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Anyone else want to post a list of all the guns they own? I would, but all mine were stolen. Not to worry, no thieves ever watch these threads.
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It can be pretty safely assumed that people who post in gun forums either own, have owned, work with or work on guns, or know and hang out with people who own several types if guns. where those guns are can still remain a mystery. You wouldn't find a good chunk of the guns that I post pictures of. Some I still own. Some have been sold or traded. Some are in an armory etc.

If your guns were stolen by thieves because of picture posting then I'm sorry to hear about it. Pictures do not prove current location, posession and storage conditions so thieves may want to take note of that as well.
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The shots I posted were Hornady rounds.
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I'm pretty sure they did. Finding them though I think is the challenge.
Really? I'll have to start looking around. Sadly, I the LE brass for 45/70 is a bit shorter, so I'd probably end up losing a round in the tube loading with regular full length brass.
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Just ordered 5 more boxes of the Horandy 160 gr Leverevolution & 3 more boxes of Winchester 150 gr HP. I like those rounds the best.
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Just ordered 5 more boxes of the Horandy 160 gr Leverevolution & 3 more boxes of Winchester 150 gr HP. I like those rounds the best.
Is the brass the same size with both brands?
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Is the brass the same size with both brands?
Nope. But, the HP delivers a guaranteed short range kill and the Hornady is accurate as heck.
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If your guns were stolen by thieves because of picture posting then I'm sorry to hear about it. Pictures do not prove current location, posession and storage conditions so thieves may want to take note of that as well.
I think cottontop's tongue was somewhere in his cheek when he made his comment - the "get out of jail free" card when/if things ever get to the point in this country (God forbid) that confiscation of our firearms becomes a reality.

I also hear that guns frequently get lost in boating accidents, too.
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Nope. But, the HP delivers a guaranteed short range kill and the Hornady is accurate as heck.
Good to know, didnt know if it was the same as how the 45/70 is.

I try to stick with soft points in rifles. Hollows just seem to come apart into tiny lil shards which isnt the best for harvesting game with.
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