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.45 Winchester Ranger-T

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    .45 Winchester Ranger-T

    Does anyone else use these? Wish they made them in .44
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    I have some 180 gr. .40's under their original name "Black Talon"
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    I use them in .40 because Federal HST was not available when I was ordering SD ammo. Winchester Ranger T being my second choice carry round after Federal HST.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orangevol View Post
    I have some 180 gr. .40's under their original name "Black Talon"
    Ditto!
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    I have them in 180 gr. for .40S&W and 230 gr. for .45ACP. Awesome SD round I think.

    There is some floating around right now. Ammunition to Go had some as of Tuesday (ordered some) and I got some from another source as well but the name escapes me right now.

    I have Federal HST as well for SD ammo and really don't think you can go wrong with either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smoak View Post
    Does anyone else use these? Wish they made them in .44
    Why? Anything in .44Mag/Spec. JHP would do great
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    I use them. There have a good reputation. I also have the 124 +P 9mm for my BUG.
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    im sitting on about 12 boxes in .45 and 10 boxes in 9mm
    jersey no more.. im a texan now

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    I use the 124+P 9mm in my Kahr PM9 and the 127 +P+ in my HK USP9

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    230gr 45ACP. My EDC. Normally keep 250-300 rds on hand backed up with 300 rds of Federal HST.
    The situation will NEVER BE THE WAY YOU WANT, it WILL BE THE WAY IT IS. You must be FLEXIBLE ENOUGH TO ADAPT and just "DEAL WITH IT".

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    that'ell hurt ya!

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    The new ones are shown with bigger expanded "talons". I got them and now carry them in my 1911. So far no badguys have been shot with them yet......

    I would try the 9mm, but I don't really like to use +P+, I'll stick with the 124+Ps, if I could find any.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Superhouse 15 View Post
    The new ones are shown with bigger expanded "talons". I got them and now carry them in my 1911. So far no badguys have been shot with them yet......

    I would try the 9mm, but I don't really like to use +P+, I'll stick with the 124+Ps, if I could find any.
    The 147gr standard pressure or +p (whichever they have available) is great stuff too. I like to go heavy when possible.
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