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My New Smith & Wesson Revolver

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    Jeez Bud clean that thing!
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    Ahh its not that bad I'm thinking 2k or so i might break down and Clean it

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    Wierd color deposits Bud!

    Dave thx re the Clays load - I know other guys use that but - not a powder in my collection. I have too many as it is LOL!

    No, I think it'll be either a good ol' 5 of Unique or may work up a load with Solo 1,000 - cheap as heck so very economical and I have an 8# jug of it - 4.6 - 5.1 looks promising but will do some trials and work up.
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    Titegroup always seems to leave colors like that

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    +1 on the Unique for 45 ACP, and light 45 Colt rounds. A lot of bang for the buck with light loads. Again, easy to double charge.
    "Speed is fine, but accuracy is final." - Bill Jordan

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    Yep Duck - beware the double charge - that's for sure!

    I do fortunately maybe, load ''the slow way'' - good ol Lee turret tho I can chonk'em out quite quick. That does tho guard well against a double throw as turrel advances after one drop. If I am ever unsure I empty case and go round again.
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    Its nice to use a powder that fills the case pretty well but not always easy to

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