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Jack Tradez,

Please note that the bullets used in the series of tests in this article are unique, and that the nose to crimp length on the 310g WLNGC bullet is .450" and the nose to crimp length on the 350g LCMNGC bullet is .500"!  This makes one tremendous difference in the remaining powder capacity of the case!  All bullet designs are NOT CREATED EQUAL!  It is due to the weight forward design of the projectiles tested that the velocities attained were within acceptable pressure perameters.

Yes, with the right bullet selection, those big Ruger .45's can really sing!

Thanks for the comments!

God Bless,

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