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Wind and I did some Milk Jug Testing with a few calibers. Here is the first I've uploaded.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D-kTlnhsa2Q

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Rifle: Marlin 336 Cowboy in 38-55

Bullet: Lee 379-250 (as cast .381", 20/1 alloy)

Powder: SR 4759 (enough to get it going 1506 fps AVERAGE, depending on source, at near or below starting load) Proving to be an excellent 38-55 powder for both accuracy and velocity.

Brass: Starline (Long 2.125")

Primers: Winchester

Okanogan Shooting Sticks.
 

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You guys are awful brave being that close to flesh-eating Zombie Jugs like that. You're better men than me!

Of course, only mathematical geniuses like you would know how to calculate the exact number of jugs to use. ;)

I love it when The Experts show us mere mortals how it's done. 8)
 

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I've heard a jug is equivalent to a zombie head, is that true? If so I think I know what rifle I'm bringing to the zombie apocalypse.
 
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