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6/15/2018
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PENETRATION OF BULLETS

belvedere
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I thought so but then again I don't shoot em air fancy bullets. Then again that might have been a good price on them. I didn't have any idea. I do know the 22's we did have to buy at 7 cents a round has dropped to 2 cents a round. Well 2.25 cents but still pretty close.
6/15/2018
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That's $136.70 a brick. Let me know if it goes on special. A bit too rich for my blood.
6/15/2018
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Depends on how many you want. Stockholder price is below. Shipping I don't know because right now I don't know if they will dropship for us. I'm still working on that.
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6/14/2018
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tomon
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How much are these from Zanders by the brick?


ELEY MATCH 22LR 40GR. EPS 50 PACK
Item Number: A01100
Available: In stock
MSRP: $18.20
edited by tomon on 6/14/2018
6/12/2018
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belvedere
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No double, that girl was an Indian and her name was spread eagle.
6/11/2018
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PENETRATION OF BULLETS

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Sounds like a girl I once knew.
6/9/2018
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I had to look it up! I once knew it, but forgot. upset
6/9/2018
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OK that makes sense. Thank you. Now I know something I didn't know before.
6/9/2018
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Extreme Spread.... That is within a test group of ammo the difference in speed between the slowest and the fastest.
6/9/2018
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I was reading this about short barrels and 357's and looking at the comparison of different bullets what in the hell does ES mean?

https://www.ammoland.com/2017/04/ruger-lcrx-revolver-357-magnum-self-defense-gun/
4/25/2018
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PENETRATION OF BULLETS

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Tomon, You mean all I have to do is Yell " STOP" In a commanding voice ? WTF !!! You mean I spent all these decades and money on firearms , And this is all I needed to do ?
Man......Do I feel foolish......How could I have been so blind.
I think the locals are carrying Airsoft....................
4/23/2018
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PENETRATION OF BULLETS

tomon
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The main problems with brewing your own bullets is if you shoot someone with one, the litigation is on! You created a deadlier bullet as opposed to the factory ones designed to just tell the attackers to "Cease and Desist". wink Multiple groups tell you to check what the locals carry in their guns, and mimic them! Better hope you don't got Barney Fife local!
4/22/2018
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PENETRATION OF BULLETS

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I'm thinking that there are some major changes in powder burn rates or manufacture techniques that we are not aware of. I've noticed some claims being made on cartridges that by common sense dimension comparisons should not be possible.
One being the 375 Ruger/ 375 H&H ..... They claim faster or equal feet per second when shooting a 375 Ruger, 22 inch barrel, As opposed to a 24' 375 H&H.
I don't know if I'm buying this. But, As I have both rifles and a chronograph ? When I get the time, I'll test for myself. PROVIDED I can find the same bullet grain weight loaded ammo. And that may be the issue.

Another point on comparisons of calibers I wonder about is at what point is fps/fpe combination considered terminal ? We all know not to trust our lives to a 25 acp or a 32 acp handgun no matter how handy and concealable they might be.And a 380 may or may not work depending heavily on ammo choice. There has been argument for years weather the 380 has enough fps to allow a hollow point to function. I'll shoot FMJ as I've never seen jacketed soft points for a 380
But yet a 30 cal Tokarev is considered over penetrating. But, Until recently, You could not find jacketed soft points or hollow point ammo. Now that this ammo is available ? The Tokarev, I feel, Makes a viable self defense hand gun. Pretty ? They ain't, But they damn well function.
On the other hand ? I know for a fact that a 22 hollow point will NOT kill a thicker skulled breed of hog. Where a 22 solid will kill it stone dead. But yet the hollow point will kill cattle and other breeds of hogs without question. The 25 and 32 acp ? Are completely useless.
My point being, They claim thick clothing and other variables will cause a hollow point to fail.
Screw it, I'll use a jacketed soft point. I've been looking at manufacturing my own bullets. They equipment has been around for years, And a person could custom manufacture the softness/hardness of the core lead to use in jacketed bullets.
What it boils down to ? I trust very little of these tests as these tests are based on a unrealistic test medium. When was the last time you saw or shot a gelatin creature. Bone is a reality, And there is none in this test medium......Flawed results.
I think the heaviest jacketed soft point will achieve the best results possible in any given situation, But sure as hell can't make up for poor shooting............ Neither can 30 cartridges in your pistol...........
4/22/2018
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You would be surprised. I found a comparison between fp, velocity and barrel length ( I can't find it now of course to put on here) and a 357 only varies maybe 150 to 200 fps between a 6 inch barrel and a 2 inch barrel. I was always under the incorrect assumption that a 357 had to have at least 6 inches to burn all the powder to be effective and shooting a 2 inch barrel was about the same as shooting a 38+p. I was wrong so I'm going to 357 on all my small carry revolvers. It will make a helluva muzzle flash but no loss in velocity or muzzle energy. On a carry gun and at ranges of 21 feet or less I don't think 150 to 200 lbs is gonna make a whole lot of difference and I can always use 38's to punch holes in paper if I want.
4/21/2018
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PENETRATION OF BULLETS

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I had to take my revolver out and look what I had in it! RP 125gr JHP. As you say, I don't expect much expansion or speed out of a 1 7/8th inch barrel.
4/21/2018
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PENETRATION OF BULLETS

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Myself Tomon ? I'm going back to old school. If I can.......I'm partial to your basic jacketed soft points. Problem is ? They are getting harder to find.
In some calibers ? Full metal jacket. Just for the plain fact that some of the smaller calibers will NOT have the power to expand a hollow point bullet. 380 comes to mind.
I don't trust ballistic gel tests for one reason. I've never shot a boneless animal, And bone will have a MAJOR effect on penetration and expansion and bullet performance. Heavy clothing, and other variables, Seem to make ballistic gel tests suspect to me .
Just my opinion. I think too much is put on bullet performance and not enough on shot placement and marksmanship.............
4/21/2018
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PENETRATION OF BULLETS

tomon
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These would work well for my wife's S&W model 37 Chiefs Airweight. It's one of the old Alloy frames that doesn't take too much abuse!
https://store.allguntalk.com/premium-38-special-110gr-jhp
For my Model 637, which is +P rated, maybe these!
https://store.allguntalk.com/fed-hydra-shok-38-p-129gr-hp-20-50
While their newest latest greatest are these.....

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4/21/2018
Topic:
PENETRATION OF BULLETS

krp57
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Belve, Self Defense ? Hunting ?
4/19/2018
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We got these. These are in the feed we have in the store. We have 8 other distributors that are not feeding into the store. I will look on them and see what they have.

https://store.allguntalk.com/hvy-357mag-140gr-barnes-xpb-20
edited by belvedere on 4/19/2018
4/19/2018
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PENETRATION OF BULLETS

tomon
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Do we have any in the store?
4/19/2018
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I don't know but from looking at the charts I think I am going to start shooting 125gr Buffalo Bore Barnes bullets or 140gr Federal Vital Shock XPB in my short 357's. I penetrates well expands to .72 and .67 respectively and looks like it wouldn't over penetrate. I'll have to get me some and see how my short revolvers like it.
4/19/2018
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belvedere wrote:
https://www.luckygunner.com/labs/revolver-ballistics-test/


Wow that's to technical for me hurts my brain, just tell me the best ammo
4/19/2018
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https://www.luckygunner.com/labs/revolver-ballistics-test/
3/2/2018
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That will work thanks.
3/2/2018
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http://ammoclip.com/S/smith_and_wesson_main.htm
3/2/2018
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Will a mag that's listed as a 5900/915 fit and work in a Smith Wesson 59? I got a guy looking for mags. Any Y'all know about this?
2/22/2018
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AMMO OF THE FUTURE

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EVERYONE, !!! AMMO IS GOING TO SPIKE AGAIN. CALL /EMAIL PAUL/BELVEDERE TO BUY CHEAP RIGHT NOW. I am watching the trends and ammo is starting to climb rapidly....... You can still get it cheap if you act NOW.! .22 FROM .5 CENTS~~~~~ TO .28-29 CENTS FOR .223. act quickly...... We are getting ready for "ACT TWO" of the ripoff....... WALI..............
2/17/2018
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AMMO OF THE FUTURE

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belvedere wrote:
http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2018/02/15/us-army-is-looking-for-novel-combustible-cartridge-cases-for-next-generation-small-arms-ammunition/

US Army is Looking For Novel Combustible Cartridge Cases for Next Generation Small Arms Ammunition


That would be dumb!! Now have to come up with entirely new weapons to fire theses bullets. There worried about them not being toxic ( imagine that gun made for killing can’t fire toxic ammo ) Why don’t we all just switch to light sabers and be done with it.
2/16/2018
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http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2018/02/15/us-army-is-looking-for-novel-combustible-cartridge-cases-for-next-generation-small-arms-ammunition/

US Army is Looking For Novel Combustible Cartridge Cases for Next Generation Small Arms Ammunition
2/5/2018
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bolt question

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No problems here, I've seen people get locked on to a certain firearm, Get an idea, And lose sight of safety and reason. I've done it myself more than once. At one time I myself considered one of these shotguns for a special purpose slug gun. Gave it up because I could find better and cheaper options.
Happy to help....
2/5/2018
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bolt question

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I agree with all you said KRP. I even asked the fellow with the gun if it was 2 9/16 chamber. He told me he had put 200 rounds of 2 3/4 through it. Not that that makes it a 2 3/4, but that might be what cracked the lug. However, it was just a conversation about this item with these fellers and I did tell them I wouldnt fix it personally. I realize that they hold no collectors value , I guess I needed some verification on my side of the story. So, thanks for the input guys.
2/4/2018
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Well , I looked at the You Tube AFTER I posted. Pretty much the same points made. But I stand by this. If the lug is cracked ? Something SERIOUS has happened to this shotgun at some point.
I'll stick by my opinion that at this point it's dangerous. Welding the lug will only increase that danger. And I would give the action a serious inspection BEFORE wasting money on trying to fix it.
You notice he does not advocate the use of current shotgun loads........
2/4/2018
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bolt question

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Double, Mauser book states that most of the receiver ring was removed. Making the forward lugs pretty much useless. The bolt Tomon posted looks to be correct. From the descriptions I've read.
My point on the pressure is.. That at the time of this conversion, I think most barrels were of mild steel or Damascus. So the shotgun would have been engineered for those pressures. WWI Era.
These shotguns have no collectors value as they were conversions. (Bubba Jobs) And I sure as hell wouldn't shoot it after it's been welded with modern ammo. Besides the Germans had just lost the war and were shipping these to the U.S.
NOTE THIS......Much European shotgun ammo is NOT standard US calibration. Diameter is, But Length of cartridge varies.
NOTE THIS......Chambers are bored to accommodate the crimp length of the shell. When you fire a 3" shell in a 2 3/4 " chambered shotgun ? The crimp creates a reduction in bore diameter as the shot column is leaving the shell. THIS IS A MAJOR PRESSURE SPIKE !!! People do this all the time, Then wonder why their shotgun is screwed up.
My point being...This could be a 2 9/16 12 gauge. I know the European countries have some screwy shell lengths. I have run into this personally on a Browning A-5.
This could be the reason the lug cracked in the first place. I would proceed with EXTREME CAUTION !!! The combination of a higher pressure shell, In a short bored chamber, Could get real ugly.
And quite simply ? This firearm isn't worth it..........
2/4/2018
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bolt question

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27q22WxzYH8
2/4/2018
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These 12 gauges were made from 8 mm 98s. A new bolt face was made to slide in the forward hole.Actually, I dont think the front locking lugs were removrd. Since the chamber had to be modified, they just arent used except in the 20 gauge where a little was left just because of spacing.
As far as pressure KRP, The 8 mm would have about 3 times the pressure as a 12 gauge. The bolt guide rib is still intact. The ejector bar rides on this rib. Tom, that pic is what the bolt looks like.

I personally would not do a weld job, but replace.
2/3/2018
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bolt question

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I was checking them earlier they have em for a bunch of different models and calibers
2/3/2018
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I figured you 2 would know something about them beings I believe both of you have built guns from the actions before
2/3/2018
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bolt question

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Is this it? If so, Numrich has them
2/3/2018
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Sounds like a 12ga. tomato stake. It isn't worth the chance! I think I have an 1893 bolt body, but it's for the 8mm boltface.
2/3/2018
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OK Now , Did a little research. On the bolt issue ?? HELL NO !! DON'T WELD IT !! To make this conversion ? The front locking lugs are REMOVED !! It does not say if the bolt guide rib has also been removed.( this is the rib that I spoke of earlier ) After looking at a Mauser bolt, The rear lug is the smallest. The forward lugs have been removed and the receiver shoulders removed also. SO ,The rear lug is the only mechanism keeping the bolt in place, IF !! The guide rib is removed.
Mauser Rifles by Ludwig Olsen states.....After WWI, The Gebrueder Rempt Gewehrfabrik in Suhl, Germany, converted many model 98 military Mausers into 2 shot repeating shotguns. These LOW COST guns were produced in 12 ,20 ,and 16 guages.
Also states....... There have been rumors that these shotguns are dangerous to fire because they have only one locking lug,but the author has never heard of a actual instance of where the locking system actually failed.
Also Many of these shotguns were imported into the United States in the 1920's by.............Point being here, The year, Powders, Steel...Operating pressures of the time.
Form your own opinion. But if it was my arse ? No Way..............That's the best I can give ya..... Good luck.
2/3/2018
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OK fellers, Have to do a little research, BUT this I can tell you. All Mauser rifles and actions, Bolt included are case hardened. This means that the steel has SOME flex to it under pressure. This is much more intricate than it sounds. Being this is a locking lug on a Mauser. It depends on which model of rifle. 93/95 are weaker than the 98. Reason being, The 98 action has a rib machined into the bolt in case of catastrophic bolt failure. I'm reasonably sure, That welding the lug is not a option here. I've not seen a 93/95 Mauser shotgun conversion.
Having never seen one of these conversions, I understand that it's a matter of machining of the bolt face, And opening the firing pin hole. Bolt bodies are relatively inexpensive.
I have had bolt handles welded. But there ain't no way I'd shoot a rifle or shotgun with a welded lug.
I'm REALLY curious as how the hell they cracked a lug on a Mauser shotgun ??????? This alone would raise MAJOR red flags for me. Someone is doing something they shouldn't ...
2/3/2018
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bolt question

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double wrote:
Yes...I told them that would be what I would do, but we were just talking and I am just curious now.

This bolt is actually off a 12 gauge Mauser. One that was modified after WWI. It does have a removable bolt face. It has to be removed (just slides right out) to remove the bolt from the gun.
edited by double on 2/3/2018


I know Krp has plenty experience with Mausers and most likely would be the one who’d know
2/3/2018
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Yes...I told them that would be what I would do, but we were just talking and I am just curious now.

This bolt is actually off a 12 gauge Mauser. One that was modified after WWI. It does have a removable bolt face. It has to be removed (just slides right out) to remove the bolt from the gun.
edited by double on 2/3/2018
2/3/2018
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I am not smart enough to know if it could be welded, but looks to me that it would be easier to replace the bolt.i just checked on Numrich and they have all different types ranging from $45 to $169
edited by Wkmeekins on 2/3/2018
2/3/2018
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I was talking to a couple of guys about a situation. The rear locking lug on a Mauser bolt is cracked at the base. They were saying that it could be welded. Lets assume it was done correctly with any polishing and heat treatment also being done. Would the locking lug still have the integrity to hold its own upon firing? Or....is the bolt history and not repairable?
1/24/2018
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AMMO OF THE FUTURE

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https://www.outdoorhub.com/news/2018/01/23/9-top-photos-shot-show-2018-industry-day-range/

Now that we finally know how Franklin Armory got the ATF to approve their we have even more questions.
They found a loophole which allowed them to build the barrel with straight rifling which avoids the classification as a pistol or rifle. This allows the gun to shoot a claimed 4 MOA with standard ammunition. What’s really intriguing are the new NERF football shaped projectiles which they are launching with the gun. These projectiles can be loaded in standard 5.56/.223 cases, and according the Franklin they bring the accuracy to 1 MOA at 100 yards.
11/28/2017
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Yep, There's that too. Good catch WK. And with them taking out the UV resistant chemicals ? Only makes it that much better.

Did Ya All know that there is now a expiration date on vehicle tires ??? 2 year is my understanding.................
11/28/2017
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AMMO OF THE FUTURE

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krp57 wrote:
As much as I'd like to see a cheaper ammo alternative ? I don't see composites as a credible option........ For two reasons.... Heat and pressure. Both are used in the making of plastic. And I'm fairly sure these are going to cause the case to degrade under fire.
And if they can come up with a composite that will work, It most likely won't be cost effect. As plastics are a petroleum by-product ? This will probably cause this ammo to suffer major price spikes.... I just don't see this working out.....Too damn bad...We need a alternative.


Even if it did work I bet it would have a short shelf life beings most composites or plastics start to breakdown over time
11/28/2017
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AMMO OF THE FUTURE

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As much as I'd like to see a cheaper ammo alternative ? I don't see composites as a credible option........ For two reasons.... Heat and pressure. Both are used in the making of plastic. And I'm fairly sure these are going to cause the case to degrade under fire.
And if they can come up with a composite that will work, It most likely won't be cost effect. As plastics are a petroleum by-product ? This will probably cause this ammo to suffer major price spikes.... I just don't see this working out.....Too damn bad...We need a alternative.
11/27/2017
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http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2017/11/24/new-polymer-cased-ammunition-introduced-true-velocity/

New Polymer Cased Ammunition Introduced by True Velocity




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