Ruger Bisley Hunter .44 and Match Dot and Hogue Ebony Grips.

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JesterGrin_1

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Started like this :)
Okay here we go this is a pic of the base gun or what it started as.
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And while I was at it I got some Hogue Gunfighter Grips made of Black Ebony and mounted them. :)
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Sorry if the photo's are not great but it should get things across. :)

And yes I made a Boo Boo the sun shield and filter are reversed but it is corrected now lol. But hey at least I put the Red Dot on the correct way lol. :)

Hope you like it. :)
 

No.1Nick

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Very nice. Can you tell me about the scope mount? I would like to mount a scope on my SBH Hunter but don't like the way the factory rings and integral mount makes the scope sit too far forward on the barrel. :)
Nick
 

JesterGrin_1

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Yes here you go 957-000-045 RRHNGS SILVER REDHAWK HANDGUN MOUNT 1 49.95 this is for Brownells.
 

Jeff Hoover

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I think it's time to fire that bad boy up, and see what it can do !

Great looking combo !
 

JesterGrin_1

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Well this next week as soon as I have time I am going to try out some loads at 25 yards to sight it in. And then move onto the 50 yard range. And if all goes well I will go another time after loading some more to the 100 yard line. :).

My first load is a 300Gr HP GC with 21.O Gr of H-110 and a CCI-300 Primer in a Remington Case.
 

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JesterGrin_1":13ubpui4 said:
My first load is a 300Gr HP GC with 21.O Gr of H-110 and a CCI-300 Primer in a Remington Case.

I dont know what your overall length is, but I have to recommend against your first load being at or above Hodgdon's published maximums.
 

JesterGrin_1

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Aggie 01 Thank You for your concern but it is a good load. I know for a FACT that many shoot the Lee 310Gr Bullet with 21.5 Gr of W-296 and or H-110.

As the 21.5 seems to be a magic number for this bullet. But I wished to see how it would do a wee bit under that.

If you like I will get back to you on the AOL of the Lee 310Gr?

I could give you info on my 300Gr HP GC but there are maybe only 25 molds out there for this bullet which was a Group Buy on the Cast Boolit forum.

I Shoot the Lee 310Gr RNFP GC with 21.O Gr of H-110 and a CCI-300 primer from my Marlin 1894 in .44 Mag and have found that load to be the most accurate for my Marlin. And I am just trying to stay with the same powder charge even though I size my bullets for my Ruger at a hair over .431 and my Marlin needs a .432.
 

JesterGrin_1

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AggieO1 Here is some info for you.
Hodgdon Powder Company
Cartridge Load Recipe Report - 8/29/2009
data.hodgdon.com 44 Remington Magnum
Load Type: Pistol Powder: H110
BW: 325

Cartridge Information
Case: Winchester Barrel Length: 8.275"
Twist: 1:20" Trim Length: 1.280"
Primer: REMINGTON 2 1/2

44 Remington Magnum
Cartridge Load Data Starting Loads

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Maximum Loads

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Bullet Weight (Gr.) Powder Bullet Diam. C.O.L. Grs. Vel. (ft/s) Pressure Grs. Vel. (ft/s) Pressure
325 GR. BTB LFN GC H110 .430" 1.730" 20.0 1264 30,800 CUP 22.0 1368 38,100 CUP

NEVER EXCEED MAXIMUM LOADS

The Lee 310Gr has a bit shorter of an AOL but you can use the same loading. Remember this is a Cast Bullet not a bullet with a jacket. :)
 
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