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  1. #11
    Marlin Marksman
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    Congrats and it's sooooo nice to see a new story on the .450 page!!!! Yay.

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    Certified Gunnut
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    the woods
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    Yum, congrats, what ammo? Hand load o factory? The htf 350 grain jsp is awesome stuff. I buy it when I find and reload with Speer 400 jsp.

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    Marlin Marksman
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    The original Hornady ammo was the 350 grain JFP mentioned earlier and IMHO, was the best made.
    I still have two full boxes that I had included for sale with my MXLR and reloading stuff. I had a couple of guys ask me to split the package and sell the ammo.
    Hopefully Hornady will decide to start production again.
    Always better to carry "too much" gun and too many cartridges...
    Marlin 1894SS(2009), Winchester 1886 Extra Lightweight rifle(1910), Springfield Trapdoor carbine(1880), Sharps carbine(1863)
    I like big calibers

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