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Old March 6, 2000, 01:38 AM   #3
Menos
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Yes it will make their point of impact lower, because of two reasons,1. the velocity is faster and the bullet is in the barrel less time during the recoil;2. the recoil effect on the gun is less because of the reduced enertia ratio or Gun to mass.
Plus , I think the Python was designed to shoot 125gr loads anyway.

What style of grips are you using, as slick wood grips that taper too much at the top accelerate the muzzle jump on recoil.
Are you shooting single or double action in these high shots?

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What part of "INFRINGED" don't they understand?


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