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Old April 18, 2013, 07:42 PM   #14
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In a nutshell, you implied that the case is the weakest link but this is 100% incorrect.

So, I can load 357 loads in Special cases, and 44 Mag loads in Special cases?
Simply put, yes. Both Specials survive just fine with .38-44 and heavy Keith loads respectively. I have loaded standard .38Spl cases with heavy .38-44 loads over 20 times without a failure. The brass is not a limitation. There's nothing magical about magnum brass.

What are the standard production revolvers with loads of 50-55k for the 45Colt?
How is that relevant?

John Linebaugh crafted custom, oversized cylinders to raise the bar.
Thank you for proving my point that it's the chamber that withstands the pressure, not the cartridge case.
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