44 caliber 190gr Lead Semi Wadcutter HP lightweight cast bullets
projectile. I can't trust a Jacked bullet to open reliably at 1K F.P.S.
The .44 195gr. SWCHP's are perfect in every way. I could not be more
delighted. Man! That hollow point is enormous! Just what I want.
You know what I do about cast bullets. Lead is softer than any jacketing,
AND they are lubricated.
They reduce pressure, while increasing velocity. So: they can take more
powder, with less pressure than any jacketed bullet can.
Writing my book on Ezekiel trumps everything, so I won't get to them right
I'll start with 7 gr. of 231, Walk loads up, and then back off to a clearly
I expect to Chronograph my final load at 1000 + F.P.S. from my 2" S.S.
Taurus 2" barrel. It's timing and smooth action are perfect.
I like my .40 S&W Kahr CW40 a lot, but all automatics are subject to an
occasional jam, that take two hands and precious time to "clear".
My Glaco holster is to tight, but it fits my Blackhawk perfectly.
I am happy as a clam!