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  1. Caliber Corner
    ......okay, it's my fault for not shopping around. I just bought two 20-round boxes of Buffalo Bore .357 Magnum with the 125gr. Barnes TAC-XP bullet, after getting a notification from Midway that it was back in stock. I knew I would be paying a lot, but that's the price you pay for wanting...
  2. General Glocking
    My 2 cents. Just wanted to pass on my experience with hard cast bullets that are popular for woods carry. Specifically for the 10mm glocks. One thing I need to mention is that both guns used for below never had a single issue with range rounds or SD jhp rounds. I shot about 800+ rounds of...
  3. General Glocking
    Recently got an Olight PL-2 Valkyrie 1200 lumens for my gen-4 G20 setup for the outdoors. This G20 never had a FTF or any other issues the way it is setup (stormLake barrel + 17-lb stainless steel recoil assembly), neither with regular loads nor with hot loads. Although it has shot a lot less...
  4. Hunting, Fishing & Camping
    Hi, Due to backpack and it's strapping mechanism's it is very cumbersome to carry IWB/OWB. Hence I am trying to determine the best options for carrying my G20 while backpacking or day-hiking. Below is what I am thinking now, but please tell me otherwise if you know of better options. Or options...
  5. Hunting, Fishing & Camping
    I am assuming a 10mm round. Thanks for your response. r
  6. General Firearms Forum
    I just have a feeling that most everyone else sticks with one type of bullets in their magazines. I carry a 10mm G-20 in the woods which I am in almost daily. I load my magazines interleaving with 1 Underwood XPen, and 1 Buffalo Bore 220-HC Or DT 200-HC. So always 1 Xtreme-pen then 1 hard cast...
  7. General Glocking
    In a separate thread I talked about how I could not get my Buffalo Bore 180 Grain 1350 FPS to feed properly in my Glock 29. One of the first things I did when after I bought the Glock 29 was to send it to...
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