column By: Steve Garbe | February, 21
For those interested in the particulars, Mike shot the target at 30 feet (two-handed) using his .44 Smith & Wesson reproduction revolver made by Uberti. The load was a 245-grain bullet from a Lyman mould (429184) pushed by 18 grains of Olde Eynsford, lit off with CCI Large Pistol primers all in a case by Starline.
The guys in the Capital City Rifle & Pistol Club in Olympia, Washington, have been making a specialty of shooting .44 revolvers. Read Mike’s story inside to see exactly what they’ve been doing and how they are doing it.
Thanks Mike and Jerry for a great cover!