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|Bullet Weight||115 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP)|
|Ammo Casing||Nickel-Plated Brass|
|Ammo Caliber||.327 Federal Magnum|
Missing Link of Ammo
Review by SkyGunner
I bought a Ruger, single action Hawk chambered in .327 Mag not long after the round d came out. My cousin was the first person I ran into after the .327 Mag. Came out. After firing a few rounds with cuz's
weapon I knew I had found the perfect in between cartridge. People who think the thirty-two and/or is not enough gun, but the .38 Spl and/or .38 Spl plus P is too much, the .327 Federal Mag., to me is the perfect fix-it cartridge. In fact, after shooting it for a couple of yrs. Into an assortment of hard and soft targets,and talking to fellow police officers, I would feel perfectly safe carrying a .327 Fed Mag on duty if, approved, and as my main squeeze to carry in plain clothes. I would highly recommend this round for people who are intimidated by larger Magnum rounds, but want the extra oomph of a reliable cartridge, I have no reservations about encouraging people to try the .327 Fed Mag and be prepared to be amazed at the versatility of it.
(Posted on 7/23/2014)
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The Speer Gold Dot is 1st class
Review by Stinky
Speer Gold Dot is good stuff. If Lucky Gunner advertises something, they have it in stock and promptly ship it.
(Posted on 5/31/2011)
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Review by kenny
accurate, can hit shotgun clays at 25 meters each time thru a Ruger GP 100 in .327 fed. I have killed rabbits, raccoons, possums easily with 1 shot; plan a cougar hunt with this later . nickel plated brass is great to reload at 500 foot pounds with a 115 gr bullet.
(Posted on 1/22/2011)
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Review by Stu
nice load, reliable, accurate, and a little more power than other loads that I have tried in a Ruger Blackhawk with iron sights - kept the 3 10"x10" metal plates 'tinking' at 25 yards - 2 misses in 5 8-round loads @ about 12 seconds per cylinder swinging between the 3 plates - all the accuracy I need
(Posted on 7/23/2010)
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Posted On: 10/31/2015 By: Dale Moore
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