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|Bullet Weight||240 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Semi-Jacketed Soft-Point (SJSP)|
|Ammo Caliber||.44 Magnum|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1180|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||742|
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Very high penetration,a little expansion.
Shot from an 18in Marlin rifle, sighted 2 inch high at 75 is still on a deers vitals at 120. It is at least as accurate as me and the gun can be, and no Hang-Ups in cycling. I suspect between 1500-1700fps but have not got it on a chronograph................
Good, accurate, safe on steel at 15 yards
Very quickly become a Magtech devotee with this and other calibers. Pushed a box through my Ruger Super Redhawk with no issues, save for the casings getting a bit sticky in their chambers at the end.
Sorry, out of a Winchester at 50 a big no show noticed that the seating is inconsistent with the copper made in Brazil last entry over two years ago, might work well with hand guns but rifle a huge disappointment, love lucky gunner but not a good fit for my rifle
Good deal a bit dirty and ability slow
Cycle 100 round tru my desert eagle no problems. It was a bit dirty not horrible but a bit. Also fps is a bit slower than some ammo. Best price around how ever . Greta for target practice. Also good reloading brass.
seems a bit underloaded, but shoots
Chronographs around 1275 ft/sec out of my 6" 629. Recoil is noticeably milder than I get with American Eagle or even Hornady, which chronograph significantly faster out of this gun. Granted, this is 100 ft/sec above manufacturer's claimed velocities, supposedly measured in a 4" test barrel, so this is about right for a 6". That having been said, American Eagle does 1450+ out of the same gun, and Hornady does 1400 or so. Accuracy was about average.
Cases drop right out of the chamber. Leaves lots of carbon residue. Once-fired cases are a bit inconsistent in length and mostly ran several thousandths shorter than the 1.265" trim-to length recommended by SAAMI, if that matters to you.
They all went "bang" and they all went where I put the front sight. I don't know how well this bullet expands as I've only used it to shoot paper.
could not be happier
To place an order and have it at my doorstep the very next day without paying extra for shipping is just unheard of yet this was my experience with luckygunner. I purchased ammo for several of my guns .44mag .357 mag, 454 Casull, .40 s&w. Not only was it in stock the prices were as good as I saw them anywhere, no crazy shipping fees and service as good as it can be. I will not go anywhere else for ammo again after finding luckygunner
A Soft Shooting 44mag
My Taurus Tracker shoots very nice with this ammo. I can shoot 50-60 rounds, and not feel like someone beat my right hand with a hammer.
My go to ammo is Buffalo Bore 270gr JFN, but the Magtech 240 SJSP is my range load from now on.
you can never argue with a .44
i ordered 6 boxes for my smith and wesson model 29. It was cheap ammo for .44 but what could i say, i was feelin lucky punk (little modle 29 humor for you there).
this stuff shoots like a dream! Accurate, smooth, reliable, and CHEAP! four things i thought you NEVER find with .44 ammo. I keep 6 loaded in my spare speed loader.
You're reviewing: 44 Mag - 240 Grain SJSP - Magtech - 50 Rounds
Posted On: 8/13/2017 By: teeter
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