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It says...444 Marlin 305gr FPPN CORBON Hunter. So I would assume that is what it is.
 

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At $4.00 a shot they better be magical. FP would probably be flat point, I have no idea what PN stands for. S.
 

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mt101 said:
At $4.00 a shot they better be magical. FP would probably be flat point, I have no idea what PN stands for. S.
Well the Corbon® website says............

CORBON began as a custom bullet-making company; we made bullets for hunters going to Africa to hunt the Big 5 with a handgun. CORBON's Bonded Core Soft Points are designed to retain their weight and stay together while crushing through heavy bone and tissue in large game. CORBON's Penetrator and Hard Cast loads are designed for very large, tough-skinned and heavy-boned animals. The Penetrator loads use a heavy, full jacket with a hard linotype core. The Hard Cast load is made from a hard linotype lead with a proven LBT nose design. These two loads cause a through-and-through hole, breaking even the heaviest bones. Our customers have taken large game such as Moose, Brown Bear and Cape Buffalo with our Hard Cast and Penetrator loads.
Caliber: 44 Marlin
Bullet Wt.: 305gr CORBON Hunter FPPN
Velocity: 2100fps
Energy: 2988ftlbs
Test Barrel Length: 18.5 Inches

20 rounds per box.
American Made.
American Owned.


Maybe it is "Flat Point Penetrator Nose"? I don't know.
 
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