.327 mag 115 gr

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    .327 mag 115 gr

    Subject ammo finally hit the LGS and I shot a few rnds today.
    Expected it to be more recoil than the other loadings; but, not so.
    The 100 gr seems to have a little more perceived recoil.
    Accuracy about the same as other loadings.
    Shot a Bud Light, not a real big splash, but, the can was cut in half.

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    A lot of .357 Mfgr's .. say not to use below a 124 grain in their guns, and especially in feather-weights or titanium guns.... as they will have misfires with anything lower that that.

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