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