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    dan wesson 357 mag

    just got my dan back from being cerakoted !!!! i think it looks effin cool .... im all about the look.!!

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    nice
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    What did that little job set you back stumpy?
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    Had one new in the 70s, nice!
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    Boom, cough,cough,cough

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    did a bit of a deal , and supplied a 4 inch shroud and barrel that i had spare , . so price not reflective ... but cheap .. mine is a 1982 dan wesson 357 mag , made in monson massachuettes (fuk knows how to spell that ) i love it ... i have semi autos etc etc ,.... but something about this is just primal
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    One of my earliest memories is firing dad's stainless mod 62 (i think) in 357 with dad's special handloaded "thomas buttits" somewhere in the desert.
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    What're those grips? Looks rad.

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    i think it is a houge grip ...
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    Don't ask a woman her weight or age or how much a man spends on custom guns

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    Loved my S&W 686 in 357, then I got married, had kids......and now I'm getting some of my toys back !
    I assume you load for it ?
    Nice toy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frogfeatures View Post
    Loved my S&W 686 in 357, then I got married, had kids......and now I'm getting some of my toys back !
    I assume you load for it ?
    Nice toy.
    hell yeah i load for it , ... i was using ap100 at 7.8 grains for A 155 grain bullet
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    ap100 for 357 mag? what speeds you getting?

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    no idea , i lent my chrony out to a mate ..... last i saw of it . was using lead projectiles , and wasnt smearing lead in the barrel
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    LOADING DATA
    357 Magnum
    Components
    Cases: - Winchester
    Primers: - Federal 210M
    Barrel: - 10”, 1:18.75” twist
    Start Load
    Bullet Wt (Grains)
    Powder
    Charge Wt (grains)
    155
    AP100
    6.8
    Please note: This is calculated data, ADI has not physically fired this load.
    Remember: Never Exceed maximum recommended loads
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    Date: 29/9/2015
    Reference No: 7502
    To: Blair Marriott
    Thank you for your enquiry on 28/9/2015 with regard to reloading using ADI Sporting powders.
    Unfortunately we have no test data for 357 Magnum loads using AP100 with a 155gr lead projectile.
    As you can imagine, there are a vast number of different firearm types and components and it is impossible to completely cover all possible loads.
    ADI does have a strong commitment to supply data for the most popular loads in use in the Australian and New Zealand market. This requires us to undertake our own test firings using specialised proofing equipment. Alternatively, we may supply load data by exchanging data with our American distributor.
    We do not currently have the resources to conduct the test firings which are necessary to develop the loads. We have also checked with our American distributor and they have no load data available either.
    If you would like to go through the process of experimental load development we suggest you base your starting load on the attached calculated data attached.
    ADI have not physically fired these loads, so ensure that you begin your load development at the suggested starting load and work up to your safe optimum load in small increments. Carefully monitor your pistol and cases for signs of excessive pressure like badly flattened or crated primers or difficult extraction.
    We thank you for using ADI Sporting Powders.
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