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Old June 9, 2005, 04:53 AM   #26
WESHOOT2
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want fun?

Try driving .357" 180g's from the 357 using 3N37.......

Oh, be very very careful at around 8.2--8.5g as you work up very carefully and slowly.



(Yes, I have data. No, it ain't "safe"; is much anything I do safe? )
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