However I will admit that I like the 45 Colt better than the 44 magnum. For two reasons. First the 45 Colt is an even bigger hole going in. And second I believe the recoil on a 44 magnum is a little more snappy than on the 45 Colt. I seem to have a tad bit more rifle control. And alot more revolver control with the 45 Colt.
Aug 07, 2013 · Using the 44 Remington Mag with a Nosler 240JHP with muzzle velocity at 1200fps. Your zero'd at 100yds you get 1024fps and 564KE will get 924fps and 456KE at 200yds, 848fps and 384KE at 300yds. The specs if you use the 200gr JHP by Nosler you get 1360fps and 828KE at the muzzle will get 1114fps and 562KE at 100yds, 964fps and 414KE at 200yds ...
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Look, .44 Magnum rifles are some of the best carbines for practical purposes. Data from Ballistics By The Inch indicates that .44 Remington Magnum gets another 300 fps to 400 fps from an 18-inch barrel compared to the 6-inch barrel of a Model 29, depending on the load.
Dec 28, 2020 · The .44 Magnum is based on a lengthened .44 Special case, loaded to higher pressures for greater velocity (and thus, energy). When loaded to its maximum and with heavy, deeply penetrating bullets, the .44 Magnum cartridge is suitable for short-range hunting of all North American game—though at the cost of heavy recoil and muzzle flash when fired in handguns, less so in carbines and rifles.
With that in mind, exactly what are the ballistics of the 44 Magnum? The 44 Magnum shoots flat to 100 yards from a revolver and 160 yards from a rifle. A 300gr revolver fired bullet will drop 12 inches after 150 yards, 32 inches after 200 yards and 106 inches after 300 yards.
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