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|Bullet Weight||225 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)|
|Ammo Caliber||454 Casull|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1640|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||1344|
Review by MIdeerhunter
I purchased four boxes of this particular round for the upcoming deer hunt in Michigan. I've been hunting with a Ruger super redhawk for over a decade now. Due to ammo shortages I had been forced to purchase and hunt with .45LC or the 260 grain magnum Magtechs. The colts weren't consistently adequate and the magnum Magtechs put a hurting on my optics. When I found these on Lucky Gunner I figured that they would be more like the Smith and Wesson ammo that I can't find anymore. I found myself immediately on target with the first few so I backed it up to 50 and started tweaking. Before I was finished with the first box I had my 75 yard zero and was shooting 2 inch groups of three out to 100. I took them on the early doe hunt and tagged a beautiful doe at 83 yards. Dropped her in her tracks. DRT. It was a little high but that was my fault and not the round's. In all the bullet punched through the thin portion of the shoulder, broke a rib, nicked the spine, broke another rib, and the lodged itself under the skin on the far side. Four of the six petals blossomed to what I would consider fully. I believe the other two did not due to hitting the underside of the spine. After I cleaned it up I found it to have retained 99.6 percent of its weight. This is my new favorite hunting round for deer. More than enough but not too much.
(Posted on 10/9/2015)
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Review by The Deer Hunter
Looking to switch from Hornady I recently purchased four boxes of this .454 round. I have a scoped .454 Ruger with the 7.5" barrel. I was immediately on target and within a half box I moved my target back to 75 yards. Finished out the box and felt confident enough to take it hunting. This past weekend I took a slow, steady aimed shot on a nice sized doe and dropped her in her tracks at 83 yards. I was ever so slightly high. My fault and not the gun or the round's fault. The bullet punched through the shoulder, broke a rib, nicked the underside of the spine, broke another rib and lodged itself under the skin on the far side. Four of the six petals blossomed what I would consider fully. Two were stood up on end. The bullet retained 99.6 percent of its original weight. I trust this round out to a hundred yards and will trust it beyond that once I have practiced with it at extended range. This is my new go to round. Looking forward to November 15th.
(Posted on 9/22/2015)
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good solid bullets great mushroom
Review by Toetickler15
great bullet weight retention big mushrooms can't Waite
For deer season my super RedHawk loves them
(Posted on 8/31/2015)
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