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Old September 5, 2000, 08:52 PM   #1
Clark
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"Speer 7" 1966 44mag 240 gr JSP 23.0 gr 2400 1564 fps
"Speer 8" 1970 44mag 240 gr JSP 24.0 gr 2400 1574 fps
"Speer 9" 1974 44mag 240 gr JSP 19.5 gr 2400 1344 fps
"Speer 10" 1979 44mag 240 gr JSP,MSP 22.2 gr 2400 1392 fps.
"Speer 11" 1987 44mag 240 gr JSP&MSP 22.2 gr 2400 1452 fps
"Speer 12" 1994 44mag 240 gr JSP&MSP 17.7 gr 2400 1271 fps
"Speer 13" 1998 44mag 240 gr JSP&MSP 21.0 gr 2400 1434 fps


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Old September 6, 2000, 07:55 PM   #2
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Who thinks making safe commercial ammo is easy?

It's not; ask Speer. LOL

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