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Dov
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Posted - March 20 2017 :  2:11:13 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Midway is listing this load as discontinued, but it still shows up on Corbon's site.

I did notice on shopcorbon site they had a single load under 44 mag, plus several other loads under 44 Rem mag.

So was wondering if there was maybe a software/inventory hiccup or if they were actually discontinuing it?

Evan
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Posted - March 20 2017 :  4:00:03 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Maybe has decided to discontinue it, not Cor Bon.

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Dov
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Posted - March 23 2017 :  02:06:03 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
That's what I was hoping, 9mm and 44 are bulk of my handgun calibers though I do have 38/357 and 10mm as well.

I could get by with just 9mm and 44 but I always worry about good defense 44 loads being discontinued.

Haven't been able to get my favorite 44 mag 210 Sikvertip for years.

Just got few boxes of the Corbon 44 mag 165 load few months ago and was feeling bummed about it getting discontinued.

I could switch to 45 LC/454 Revolvers for hunting with moonclip 45 ACP+P for defense use but would hate to retire my 44.
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BatteryOaksBilly
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Posted - March 26 2017 :  09:46:45 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Just as an aside. We recently worked up a load that is NOT maximum pressure. We have all the equipment to check these problems and a Dopplar gauge that gives velocity from the muzzle to the target, inside our 50 yard indoor range. We are getting a .44 Cutting Edge Raptor weighing 150 grains to 1,839 fps out of a 4 inch Model 29.

Billy Bruton..Carry every step..Shoot every day!
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