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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by r464, Mar 17, 2008.
The new VW corporate grille is reminiscent of late 80s GM. Ugh.
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Glenny drive B lo The projects...
I have fallen and I need surgery. I have to sell my Roubaix because of this.
Saw the time lapse video of that on FB. That's just crazy. We barely got any snow here in Rochester.
Everybody be skiing, except for HAB
pretty much aside from the powder load, te projectile is about 140 grains, probably about four grains of powder. My eight mm rifle uses 140 grains of powder, if you somehow were able to load 140 grains of powder into a .357 you made a bomb.
Because you are a pathetic old white guy or because pathetic old white guys ride roubaixs?
A standard .357 Soft point RL Magnum shell takes 9.1g of powder or 140 grains and if you used a hollow point projectile you can add even more. Look at a .357 shell effing things are huge. My brothers Martin Rifle uses the same shells and he loads them himself.....
You may be under loading your shells there buddy.
Why aren't 8mm pistols more popular?
Who is there?
Glad I no longer live in the snowbelt.
depends on your powder as well, 9 grains is a pretty hot .357. Also not an 8mm rem mag, I use a 8mm swedish mauser. Unique powder in a 158 grain .357 you use 4.2 grains, its a pretty hell of a wallop when you shoot it. Been loading for a long time. 9 grains of unique will break your handgun not sure which powder your using to get a standard of over none grains, but I would suggest a better powder
Edit... Scratch that I was thinking .38 on those numbers, went and looked at my charts. I am using 7.5 grains of unique for my 158 grain .357. 170 grain corelock I am using 52 grains for the 8mm mauser
I am white and old but not pathetic yet so the second one
I rally the fuck out of a Roubaix. It balances out the dork in the picture.
I think a .357 is a stupidly expensive gun to own. I can almost buy 2 boxes of 45 shells for what it costs to load one box of .357 magnum shells. My 1911 is much more enjoyable weapon to fire IMO.
agreed across the board on that one, havent even fired my .357 in four or five years. Long barrel .357 on the other hand makes a great hunting handgun. I usually carry a .40 these days anyways
Our hunting season sucked. I got nothing this year. All spring and summer we saw tons of wildlife. October rolls around and everything disappeared.
It's been truly incredible to experience this. I've never had 3 days off of work for snow. This is our back lot yesterday before another 3"+ fell today and more tonight. It is going to be very lol to see tomorrow if we can make it in. Apparently all our doors are drifted I with 10'-20' of snow.
Damn, even the German 6th Army thinks that is outta hand
The least he could have done is secured the load. If he brakes, or turns too fast, he is going to lose that beautiful chunk of snow.
Awesome prom pics
i have three deer and about half my elk in the freezer now. Close to 470 pounds right now. Still need to finish the grind from the elk, should have close to 110 pounds of burger. Still have my buck tag I hopefully fill next week
So how much meat do you get from a Elk?
a shit ton, don't you think?
New Passat looks MINT.
Fixed that for you.
I'm waiting for the hoonin' on snow machine pics to appear... there's got to be a few Buffalo-ites who've thought of racing their skidoos downtown?!?!