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#324046 - 08/02/07 01:44 PM t/c encore and a barnes bullet
population control
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iam going to switch to the barnes 250 grain red hots , wondering if anybody has shot them out of a 50 cal encore? and how did they do?
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#324088 - 08/02/07 02:35 PM Re: t/c encore and a barnes bullet [Re: population control]
CHRIS WILSON
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I don't know how they will shoot out of your encore, but they do real well out of my Knight KRB using 110 gr. of FFF Triple Seven.
These groups are with the 250 gr. Expander. The same bullet as the red hot just packaged differently.
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