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Old March 1, 2009, 03:29 PM   #1
sneaky pete
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.357 Rem. Max Single Shot Pistol for Silhouette

old sneaky pete here: Anyone out there know of anyone shooting silhouette with a .357 Rem Max. single shot pistol???I've got a Canon Breech O/T in the above cal. THANX--SNEAKY
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Old March 11, 2009, 10:09 PM   #2
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357 max for silhouette

I shot silhouette for quite awhile and I found the 357 max to be a really fun gun to shoot and it was quite accurate. I used a 10 inch barrel for my TC and did pretty well for. My bullet weight of preference was the 180 grain Nosler silhouette.

Oh by the way check out the old Nosler #4 reloading manual in that caliber. I never had a ram when properly hit (dead center) that failed to go down. The biggest problem you may have is in finding brass. I haven't seen it around for awhile. Not to say it is not avaivable just likely hard to find.

Have fun it is a great caliber. I still have mine and still enjoy shooting it.
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