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  • His final appeal was interrupted by a silenced gunshot, and a .357 semi-jacketed hollow point was the last thing to go through his mind.

    The Overton Window

  • "Love that Mag-Na-Porting," he muttered to himself, the recoil from the full house .357 158-grain semi-jacketed soft point almost negligible.

    The Doomsayer

  • He touched the first finger of his right hand to the trigger, his fist locked on the Colt Medallion Pachmayr grips, the .357 Magnum 158-grain semi-jacketed soft point round slamming into the lock, the mechanism visibly shattering.

    Total War

  • There were no guns, but he found another consignment of ammunition-. 357 Magnum, 125-grain semi-jacketed hollow points.

    Total War

  • He found another consignment of ammunition-158 grain semi-jacketed soft point. 357s and took eight boxes of fifty.

    Total War

  • He snatched the Mag-Na-Ported six-inch Python from his hip, lining the dull metallic finish of the Metalifed gun's front sight into the outlined notch of the Omega rear sight blade, his fists wrapped around the massive Pachmayr grips, the double action pull coming off, a single 158-grain semi-jacketed soft point belching fire at the muzzle.

    The Quest

  • From left to right: 1) .22 LR Long Rifle) lead bullet; 2) .32 auto, lead; 3) .32 Long Colt, lead; 4) 9mm semi-jacketed -- lead with copper or brass over it; 5) .38 Special, semi-jacketed hollow point; 6) .357 Magnum, semi-jacketed hollow point; 7) .45 Colt ACP, full metal jacket, aka "hardball;" 8) .500 Maximum, lead bullet.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • Don't think it was ever quite right because it got to the point when it would start to bind with the lead wadcutters I used for competition (was OK with semi-jacketed magnum rounds.

    Army Rumour Service

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