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Tomorrow we're going out into the desert to do some target shooting. I bought some Buffalo Bore .44 mag 340 grain +P+ for the Alaskan to try out. Should be fun. :D

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I am very jealous. Let us all know how it went. Stay safe!
 

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Tomorrow we're going out into the desert to do some target shooting. I bought some Buffalo Bore .44 mag 340 grain +P+ for the Alaskan to try out. Should be fun. :D

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I think I'll bring the Shorty Mossberg 500 too. They make a nice pair. ;)

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I have fired buffalo bore in 44 mag 45 colt 40 sw and 357 and all loads were accurate and faster than fed or win or rem.
 

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Which loading? Post up your results because many I have tested in .357 also aren't there. I am doing DoubleTap 158 and Buffalo Bore 158 this week. In 125gr the DoubleTap was slightly (50 FPS) better than Remington at about double the cost.
 

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I love their rounds, I use the 357 low flash for Home Defense, the 357 LFN as my buck up when hunting, and the 308 sniper in my RGSR for hunting. I dont reload...yet, so for the quality you get ootb they cant be beat.
 

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Tomorrow we're going out into the desert to do some target shooting. I bought some Buffalo Bore .44 mag 340 grain +P+ for the Alaskan to try out.
Curious how the stuff works out for you.

I found that my SBH shoots a mile high with the sights screwed as low as they will go with any hot 300+gr bullet, sadly.

You WILL know when it goes off though. :D
 

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I carry them for bears in my SBH, they actually aren't that much worse than a snappy light bullet load in my opinion! But have a mile of penetration, i don't doubt they'd do the trick on a bear! Have had very good luck with Buffalo Bore all-around, and they are a Montana company too.
 

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I have shot a lot of Buffalo Bore in my .44 magnums and in my Glock G20SF 10mm. Recently I switched to Underwood Ammo. Their ammo is much cheaper and seems as hot as the Buffalo Bore or Double Tap.

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Is that a Hogue grip on that bad boy?
 
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