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Thread: .357 velocity from a 2.75" barrel

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    Site Supporter 03RN's Avatar
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    4" M64-5

    .38 special

    125gr fmj over 6.1gr BE-86
    1004 fps
    280 ft lbs

    158gr swc-wn over 5.7gr BE-86
    1004 fps (yes, the same as the 125gr loads)
    354 ft lbs

    20" M92

    .357

    125gr fmj over 6.1gr BE-86
    1771 fps
    870 ft lbs

    158gr swc-wn over 13.5gr 2400
    1719 fps
    1036 ft lbs

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    20" M92

    .357

    140gr xtp over 9gr unique
    1627 fps
    823 ft lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03RN View Post
    20" M92

    .357

    140gr xtp over 9gr unique
    1627 fps
    823 ft lbs
    That might just make a super deer load inside reasonable range!
    Johnny Walker

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Walker View Post
    That might just make a super deer load inside reasonable range!
    Yeah, I think thats about it for velocity to. No doubt I could push it faster but I dont think the bullet would hold together.

    Here's a couple pics of the 140gr xtp fired from my m66 and m92 into milk jugs.
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