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    In .327 Federal Magnum! It can be had with a 10" barrel, for $1891 + shipping.
    While this might seem excessive, it will likely be worth it. The revolver would be a real hunter. Speer's 115-grain GDHP leaves the 10" barrel at a minimum of 1738 fps and generates 771.53 fpe. THAT will leave a mark!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunfan View Post
    In .327 Federal Magnum! It can be had with a 10" barrel, for $1891 + shipping.
    While this might seem excessive, it will likely be worth it. The revolver would be a real hunter. Speer's 115-grain GDHP leaves the 10" barrel at a minimum of 1738 fps and generates 771.53 fpe. THAT will leave a mark!

    Scott
    I don't care how many FPS it exits the barrel, or how many FPE it has. I'm not going up against a bear with a .32 caliber bullet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    I don't care how many FPS it exits the barrel, or how many FPE it has. I'm not going up against a bear with a .32 caliber bullet.
    I don't think he was talking about bears.

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