.44 mag taurus

#1
I recently got a .44 mag lbr, tried shooting it one handed only got 2 shots on target, the muzzle rise was massive....what stuff can you use to clean the crap off the cylinder without taking the finish off ?
 
#2
Birchwood Casey lead removing cloth to clean the cylinder without damaging the finish. I bought one about 20 years ago and it still has plenty of use left in it.

Why on earth are you using full house loads? That's a complete waste of time for target shooting. Go with a recommended load of a fast burning powder or one of the newer cowboy action powders like Trail Boss.
 
#3
Our club has a 44 Taurus, although I have used magnum loads, I would recommend Gun Nuts approach. I load a 240 grn SWC on top of moderate amounts of N310 or N340, still some kick but not punishing. As for cleaning, I find that the lead removing cloths work wonders, mine is not as old as GNs but not far behind.
 
#4
Our club has a 44 Taurus, although I have used magnum loads, I would recommend Gun Nuts approach. I load a 240 grn SWC on top of moderate amounts of N310 or N340, still some kick but not punishing. As for cleaning, I find that the lead removing cloths work wonders, mine is not as old as GNs but not far behind.
What country is your club in?
 
#5
Ex Stab
The club is in Germany, more specifically Javelin Bks.
I knew that there was a good reason to stay here. In England half of what I own would get me a quick visit at zero dark hundred hours from the Gestapo, followed by life in "the showers".
 
#6
Ex Stab
The club is in Germany, more specifically Javelin Bks.
I knew that there was a good reason to stay here. In England half of what I own would get me a quick visit at zero dark hundred hours from the Gestapo, followed by life in "the showers".
Yes, makes you wonder about a lot of those hard fought for "freedoms"....... :x
 

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