wildcatter wrote:So, There I was, up on the Klondike, when all of a sudden..
Ok, so maybe it's been a long time since I was on the Klondike.
So, I was just talking to Barnes about Reminton's Hog-Hammer's.
I wanted to know what are the differences in the TSX 275's and the XPB 275's.
With the TSX's being for rifles and the XPB's generally being for pistols. Barnes said that basically they are the same, except the TSX expands, slightly sooner than the XPB and has one less crimp groove.
So now, we have a .452" bullet, especially designed for a rifle, something those .458 guys complaint about, that the .452" .."is only a pistol bullet", kind of stuff. Of course those .458" True Rifle Bullets, that wont reliably expand much at SOCOM velocities, doesn't bother them at all..
longnkrnch wrote:I haven't seen any of the .452 TSX available for reloaders. Has anyone else? Anyone have loading data?
longnkrnch wrote:Anyone used the 200 grain XPB for deer or hogs? I'd be interested in loading ifo for it.
greenhornet-1 wrote:I emailed barnes about the 125 grn bullet in the 30 RAR Hog Hammer round to see if us reloaders would be able purchase them and they told me that it's not likely going to be for sale. So, We need to find out if the same applies to this bullet. It may be only available in loaded ammo from Remington.
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