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    Re: optimal load of 2400 in .44 mag

    got a load worked up at 21.1 of 2400, under a 240 XTP, which is listed just under max for revolvers and im shooting 1.5" with my 336 @50yds. the load hurts my trigger finger in my revolver due to it slaping the triger guard. have fun.

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    Re: optimal load of 2400 in .44 mag

    For those of you who don't like the recoil of stiff loads, try a set of Hogue grips on your revolver. They sure tamed my Super Blackhawk recoil that I had fought since 1968. I LOADED LIGHTER and LOADED DOWN trying to lessen the recoil. Then a friend told me I should try the Hogue grips. So I changed the grips and it made a completly different recoil from the weapon. I can load 300gr. bullets to the max and the recoil doesn't bother me at all. Give it a try, it is a cheap fix.

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    Re: optimal load of 2400 in .44 mag

    Quote Originally Posted by anytym
    For those of you who don't like the recoil of stiff loads, try a set of Hogue grips on your revolver. They sure tamed my Super Blackhawk recoil that I had fought since 1968. I LOADED LIGHTER and LOADED DOWN trying to lessen the recoil. Then a friend told me I should try the Hogue grips. So I changed the grips and it made a completly different recoil from the weapon. I can load 300gr. bullets to the max and the recoil doesn't bother me at all. Give it a try, it is a cheap fix.
    I have Hogue grips on my 357s, a Dan Wesson 15-2 and S&W 586, both 6" barrels. They do make a heck of a difference when loading in the upper ranges.

    Unfortunately, there is not a Hogue grip for my Super Blackhawk Bisley Hunter in 44Mag.


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