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Old July 2, 1999, 05:33 PM   #1
Ranger1
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Hello,
Does anyone have any experience with the 350 or 405 grain Lazer Cast bullets? I will be using them in a new Marlin 1895 with the Ballard rifling. I would be interested in your favorite load.
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Harry
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Old July 5, 1999, 04:58 PM   #2
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Ranger1 - I use the Laser Cast 405 grain in my Ruger #1 and have found them to be very accurate. I have been using loads from the #47 Lyman's handbook. They have some interesting loads using Unique and 2400 pistol powders with dacron wadding that I have found to be very accurate and pleasant to shoot. I have found that loading to levels that the Ruger is capable of handling will shake your back teeth loose!

I would recommend that you get a copy of the Lyman Manual and also the one that Laser Cast started putting out this year. Both are very informative, especially the Lyman manual.
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