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Old January 2, 2011, 07:26 PM   #13
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I am a heavy grain kinda guy. thats to say I love the heavy grain stuff.
Google and read up on "sectional density".

I prefer to stick with what's considered the "standard" for each
(158 for the .357 and 240 for the .44, etc..)

If I desire to move up in bullet weight, I tend to increase the caliber instead of the actual bullet.

For instance, if I want to shoot a 200 grain, I'll use a 240 in a .44mag and adjust the velocity as required.

To each their own though. If going heavy for caliber is what you prefer, then go for it.
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