Monday, October 17, 2011

Now Its Getting Expensive...

But isn't that what a hobby is supposed to be.

I'm trying to acquire as many variants of the 7.62X54R round as possible, and suddenly realized that I hadn't checked out Double Tap.

And but of course they have 4 loads to chose from. For my way of thinking, the 123 gr Barnes is just too lightweight for hog, even if it is traveling at Warp Factor 6. I might scope out the 180's and 200's just to see what I can see but am at this moment inclined to zero in a 140-150 grainer for demising Sus scrofa

 7.62x54R  123gr. Barnes TSX Lead Free 20rds.   7.62x54R 123gr. Barnes TSX Lead Free 20rds.   $48.97  Buy Now 
 7.62x54R 150gr Barnes TTSX Lead Free 20rds   7.62x54R 150gr Barnes TTSX Lead Free 20rds   $48.97  Buy Now 
 7.62x54R 180gr Nosler Accubond 20rds   7.62x54R 180gr Nosler Accubond 20rds   $43.53  Buy Now 
 7.62x54R 200gr Nosler Accubond 20rds   7.62x54R 200gr Nosler Accubond 20rds   $43.53 


badanov said...

You're buying brass Rimmed rounds?

Unless you want match grade brass rounds to try out in the Mosin-Nagant, try Midway

Fits said...

I'm waiting for my Midway dealer license to arrive. Plus, I've heard good rumors about the DoubleTap heavy rounds on hogs. Only way to sort it out is do do it then weep.