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#7143399 - 12/04/12 Old 444 (blued) or Latest 444 Stainless?  
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Known... old guns had a slower twist and Micro grooves. Also known the last issue of .444 guns have Ballard and a quick(er) twist. So then, who has actual knowledge of which would be preferable most probably with 280-310 gr hard cast. However not really 100 % committed to the lead route with 265-300 gr choices readily available. Just fun shooting at odd targets out to 300 yards (cinderblock plinking). Maybe a blackbear while out berry picking.
While it would seem the quick twist would be better, I have read of great results with the old blue guns as loaded.
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There is a stash of SS 444s at the local pirate's store...


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#7152538 - 12/06/12 Re: Old 444 (blued) or Latest 444 Stainless? [Re: Uncas]  
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Everyone says the jm stamped barrels are the best. I got a Ballard, it shoots good.


Glocks remind me of an old German farm wife, kinda thick but will work night and day.

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