Longer distance with the 44 Mag.
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That is awesome! I shot a deer at 90 yards with my Dan Wesson, they can definitely reach out there.I was using a scope though, doesn't compare to you shooting iron sights!
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Posted 21 March 2012 - 12:35 PM
+1...on all of it.I think my "plinking" loads for my 44mag were 8 or 9gr Unique with a 240gr wc. I used to burn up a bunch of those from my Redhawk. I'd usually bring along a few full throttle loads to shoot as well...mainly just for practice. They are not as fun to shoot.Same with the iron sight explanation. I had scopes on both the 44mag and my 357 but pulled them off. They shoot well and you do end up with a better sight picture with the scope...but you lose alot of what a pistol is all about too me.
Sounds good, I'll have to give it a shot (pun intended). My buddy's go-to load is 8gr (Unique) over a 240gr LSWC, and both our pistols like it, but I still want something just a bit stouter but, not as stout as the 20gr of 2400. Thanks.Just one thing to consider about putting that scope on your pistol too, I have put them on a few but always end up removing them. You lose a L O T of the quick handling, fast sight acquisition, and ease of carry with them. They have their place, like on a deer hunt, but for just ever day packing and pest control, it's just hard to beat a good ole open sight. And you certainly don't seem to have a problem using those!
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