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Old 08-09-2010, 05:33 AM   #1
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Default Need help finding .45 colt "mankiller?" wadcutter hollowpoints

Howdy all,

I was wondering if anyone knows about these bullets I ran across on the internet. I lost the info for them. It was a custom loader company, I forget the name(of course). They had a .45 Colt bullet that appeared to be a jacketed hollowpoint wadcutter as best as I could descibe it. the bullet was straight wall with maybe and 1/8 of it exposed lead, and a hollow point, it looked like it might have a nub in the center like a hydroshock. I think they called it a mankiller? maybe a defense round.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks Tallon

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Old 08-09-2010, 08:20 AM   #2
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This them? DoubleTap Ammunition

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Not quite, think of a semi-jacketed hollowpoint but then streach it into a wadcutter.

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Extreme Shock, Fragmentable Explosive Entry Enhanced Penetration Round(EPR)?

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Or Extreme Shock,Tungsten-Nytrilium Fragmentable Explosive Entry Fang Face Round (FFR) - Jacketed Hollow Point?

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Well, not really and it's a .45 (long)colt load.

Thanks though....

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They are called "Manstoppers" and are available from Northwest Custom Projectile. They are a semi-jacketed 260gr HP-WC with a hex-shaped cavity with a center post.
http://www.customprojectile.com/
Loaded ammo for .45 Colt is available here...
http://buckammo.com/results.php?cartridge=.45+Colt&Type=Handgun

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Yep, those are the ones, thank you very much.

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