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NEW BUFFALO BORE APPAREL
Heavy .44 Magnum +P+ Ammo
340 gr. Hard Cast, L.F.N. - G.C. @ 1,425 fps/M.E. 1,533 ft lbs
20 Round Box
NEW HEAVY 44 MAGNUM +P+
This new load is designed ONLY for certain firearms. They are as follows; Ruger Red Hawk, Ruger Super Red Hawk (the Ruger Alaskan is a short barrel Super Redhawk), Ruger Super Blackhawk or Vaquero, Freedom Arms Model 83, Taurus Raging Bull All Steel Versions (no lightweight alloys), Colt Anaconda, Magnum Research BFR
We get hundreds of emails asking if this load can be fired in S&W revolvers or some firearm other than what is in the above list. The answer is NO. The above list is all-inclusive. If some shooters continue to use this product irresponsibly, we may have to discontinue it, and that would be unfortunate as it is our best selling 44 mag. Load, and it gives excellent performance for those that use it responsibly; however, as is always the case, irresponsible use of any product ends up penalizing responsible users. It would also be wise to read our “Technical Article” on “Dangerous Pure Lead Cowboy Bullets”, before using this (ITEM 4D) product.
This load brings a level of power to the 44 Mag. that has never before been known.
The below velocities with over the counter firearms tell the story.
➤ 1,401 fps -- 5.5-inch factory stock Red Hawk
➤ 1,478 fps -- 7.5-inch factory stock Red Hawk
Item 4D - Exterior Ballistics Charts for several Muzzle Velocities
Muzzle Velocity @ 1700 fps for Item 4D
Muzzle Velocity @ 1600 fps for Item 4D
Muzzle Velocity @ 1500 fps for Item 4D
Muzzle Velocity @ 1400 fps for Item 4D
Muzzle Velocity @ 1300 fps for Item 4D
Field Proven pistol and handgun ammo. Maximum firepower ammo. Best ammunition for pistols and handguns for sale. Buffalo Bore. Strictly big bore. Strictly Business.
You must be 18 or older to order ammunition. Ammunition must ship UPS ground. Due to Department of Transportation regulations, we cannot accept returns on Ammunition. Make sure to use the correct ammunition in your gun. Check local laws before ordering.
I AM IMPRESSED with this load's unmatched power and incredible accuracy! I purchased 2 boxes of this 340 gr. LHC P load this week, to try in my single shot CVA Hunter in .44 Mag, with its 22" bbl. and 1 in 20" twist rifling. I bought it primarily as a 'camp gun' and wanted the heaviest practical, and most accurate, dedicated 'bear load' for family-protection (along with our bear spray) should a threatening grizzly show up at our camp.
While the recoil must be a "bear" in even heavy revolvers, it's really negligible (almost a 'pussy-cat' in comparison to ANY handguns) in my small 6.5 lb. scoped-CVA rifle. This rifle's rifling also truly likes this Buffalo Bore<br 'heavy-bullet' load as my 5 shot group at 50 yds. (from a bench-rest) shot into 5/8"!!
At 100 yds. my 5 shots went into an honest 1.5", just 3" above my point-of-aim and only 1" above this little rifle's current-zero with Buffalo Bore's 240 gr LHPGC. P "Deer Grenade" load. This latter load will also place 5 shots into a 1 - 1.5" group at 100 yds., all day long, if I do my part!
So, I fully endorse both of these Buffalo Bore loads (especially the heavy HC 340 gr. bullet load for bears) and I also suggest to anyone looking for a great little carbine in the .44 Mag. which might be used for bears (and who are 'recoil-shy' when it comes to heavy-caliber bear-loads in revolvers!), to seriously consider this Buffalo Bore load & CVA 'Hunter' rifle combo'!
Last week's hunt was at Dismal River Ranch near Mullen, Nebraska with my good friend John Howell. John has tremendous trophy bull bison and great accommodations and John backs up all his hunters with your 45/70 ammo. From 15 to 25 hunters a year.
My first shot at 65 yards entered the left side of the bull just behind the elbow on the front leg and penetrated both lungs, it was over the heart by about an inch. That bullet was recovered under the hide on the bull's offside. Photos are attached.
The next shot was high in the back on the left side towards the off side shoulder. We could not find that bullet. He turned giving me a shot to the neck that passed completely thru him and that bullet was not recovered. I normally will not shoot an animal that is lying down, but I had a good rest and my Ruger Blackhawk Hunter 44 Magnum wears a Leupold pistol scope, so I was confident in my aim. From the first shot to the last, John said it was about 6 seconds total, the bull traveled about 8 to 10 yards. This is my third bison bull and the others were shot with a 444 Marlin. They traveled much farther before going down than this bull.
I will use the Ruger with your 44 Magnum 340 grain LBT-LFNGC +P+ load for all my bison hunts in the future. John says he will borrow it too. I am impressed with this load in many ways. Terminal performance was amazing and the accuracy speaks for its self as the 65-yard range is not a guess, but ranged with both my guide's and my rangefinders. Hope you enjoy the photos of the bull and the bullet.
Here are pictures of the 2 cow elk I took with your rounds. Feel free to use this info. I shot these 2 cow elk in 2 seasons with my Dan Wesson 44 magnum, open sites, 10 inch barrel,revolver. One elk was taken thru both lungs at 50 yards, she was 450 lbs. The second elk was also shot thru both lungs and a follow up shot that wasn't necessary. She was 600 lbs. The elk were just as well hit as with my 300 win. mag. This shows the power of the buffalo bore 340 grain + P+ 44 mag. I will continue to use this round as it has proven itself.
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