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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    oh yea and its a joy to shoot with that thin little steel squeezer in the middle of your palm, this thing is an adventure to shoot with the long heavy trigger pull, the hammerless design (double action only) and the huge front sight with a groove rear sight and then of course the lemon squeeze grip safety with them lil bitty broom stick grips. and of course that super duper powerful 32 S & W (not long) cartridge!---LOL
    Details, details. Those are cool. I’ve almost bought one more times than I can remember. One of these days...
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    ...ah but that 100 gr .327 Fed Mag out of a 20" barrel is going around 2250 FPS putting out around 1120 ft lbs of energy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishinkeylargo View Post
    ...ah but that 100 gr .327 Fed Mag out of a 20" barrel is going around 2250 FPS putting out around 1120 ft lbs of energy.

    Yeah, that's close, if you can find a bullet that works at that speed. Think controlled expansion. The .357 out of a 20" barrel pushes about 1900 fps with a 165 grain SWC and over 1800 fps with a 180 XTP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NativeTexan View Post
    Yeah, that's close, if you can find a bullet that works at that speed. Think controlled expansion. The .357 out of a 20" barrel pushes about 1900 fps with a 165 grain SWC and over 1800 fps with a 180 XTP.
    I'm getting the 2250 out of my Henry with a jacketed soft point. No idea what the bullet will do upon impact, maybe I will check YouTube for some expansion tests.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NativeTexan View Post
    Well, I suppose it'd work on those little Key deer that are about the size of a young Texas jackrabbit. I'd STILL prefer my .38/.357 Rossi 20" carbine.
    AHH YEP! and some where in a land far, far away and about centrally located between these two posters is a lil country that have ACTUAL grown Deer that require a big boys toy to harvest them!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishinkeylargo View Post
    I'm getting the 2250 out of my Henry with a jacketed soft point. No idea what the bullet will do upon impact, maybe I will check YouTube for some expansion tests.
    I never took a deer with my Ruger in 250-3000 Savage cartridge but would have liked to so i could see the effectiveness. at around 87-120 grain projectile ( the lesser traveling about 3000 FPS) and with a modern projectile I think it should be a good one.
    its a sweet shooting .light recoiling lil gun I know that.
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    Try these in your Henry.

    113 grain Cast Performance SWC-GC: https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1988113421?pid=237109

    125 grain Rim Rock Keith SWC: https://rimrockbullets.com/xcart/tsh...h-per-300.html

    115 grain Rim Rock RNFP-GC: https://rimrockbullets.com/xcart/g-c...-ammo-box.html
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