Did you come across some new information or something, that led you to change your mind?Yes,
Under the "older" part numbering system this is the Ranger loading with "talons".
Under the new system identifyable by the tan box you need to look for the R designation.
I went to the master product list as the part number has been used three times.On 2001-08-05 17:42, JLM wrote:
Okay, now I'm really confused :lol: David, not to long ago you said, regarding the Q4280:
Did you come across some new information or something, that led you to change your mind?
The other thing I might mention is the bullets themselves. They have SIX notches in the tip of the bullet, and to the best of my knowledge the non-Talon bullets, ie the commercial Supreme SXT, have EIGHT.
Ahhhhh, Secret Service load perhaps?On 2001-08-05 17:43, JLM wrote:
[quote:1ewbda0l]5. .300 Win Magnum 190gr GA300RSXTM, 190gr BTHP T loading for special contract run using nickled cases, white box only.
Ken, this ammo was produced for a European police agency that was testing the .38Super and 9x23.On 2001-08-05 13:50, EchoFiveMike wrote:
The 9x23 Ranger load is not available for US distribution? What's the point? S/F..Ken M
Is it the Triton ammo article he had in "Handguns" mag in 1998?On 2001-10-09 05:55, David DiFabio wrote:
Does anyone have a link to the Ed Sanow article wherein he is reported to claim that the Ranger T expands slowly in the first 8 inches?