A feller gets to that point, a bit later.
Tuesday, November 21, 2023, 08:17

I always wondered why GNR didn't promote a "cylinder and Dies" kit for an offering. Sure it's a few hundred dollars, you got to get your gun fitted, but to have something different than the average Joe. Like you said to tinker and experiment.

The .356 GNR is a hoot on a .357 Blackhawk with only a cylinder, ditto for the .41 GNR. If anything they can give respectable gains or lower pressures and coast at slightly higher velocities. Sure it takes a little skill to load, but that makes it fun. Neither bullets ever had pull issues in recoil for me. I think he has some other rounds these days that also fit the bill. The .321 GNR, .300 on the .30 Carbine, .32 H&R, or .327 Ruger Blackhawks with only an extra cylinder.

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