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Thread: Long range 357 magnum - bullet weight?

  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon_S View Post
    Think you can get tool in the US that will let you do it to a loaded round
    I am happy with the 180Gr TC I use in my Rugger 77/357

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    Doesn't matter where the tool comes from, in this country, right now, it's illegal unless you have Section 5 on your FAC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacfoley View Post
    ...until HMtQ signs her assent on the revised Act, that is.
    Please can you post a link to details of the proposed "Revised Act"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Pete- View Post
    Please can you post a link to details of the proposed "Revised Act"?
    http://www.countryside-alliance.org/...s-legislation/

    tac
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    Keep your pants on never said I was using it did I
    "Trust me- I know what I'm doing!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacfoley View Post
    Ta Tac

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon_S View Post
    Keep your pants on never said I was using it did I
    I guess you've never noticed, but on this forum we try and display a positive attitude to the law, no matter how wacky it might seem to us. Showing how easy it might be to actually break the law by doing something that is taken seriously enough by the law-makers to carry a five-year jail sentence seems to be giving the Home Office folks who look at this forum another little kick to the wedge in the door.

    Please feel free to take the p*ss.

    And have a Happy New Year.

    tac
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    But then chuck in the anomaly of using expanding bullets in order to prevent a tubular magazine explosion, then that expanding ammunition falls into s1.....

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