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  • By simply changing from a 150-grain to 185-grain round you modify the mechanics.

    Caribou. I've heard of .25 caliber rifles, and I've heard of people using .338s. I wouldn't have either.

  • The .338 Federal fires a 210-grain bullet at 2600 fps, and 180 - and 185-grain bullets at 150 to 200 fps faster.

    The .338 Federal: A rare moment of sanity, cartridge-wise

  • Rourke had fired for the right side of the third man's body so the impact of the 185-grain jacketed hollow point would push man and muzzle in the opposite direction from him.

    The Arsenal

  • Chamber empty, the magazine loaded with 185-grain JHPs, he rammed the Colt into his trouser band.

    The End Is Coming

  • The soldier's face took the 185-grain JHP, the center of the face collapsing in the redness of blood as the man fell back.

    The End Is Coming

  • Rourke fired the Detonics in his left hand, but Veskovitch was already on him, the 185-grain .45

    The Doomsayer

  • Rourke fired the Detonics a third time, the 185-grain jacketed hollow point punching into Deke's head, almost dead square between the eyes.

    The Nightmare Begins

  • Rourke fired the Detonics in his left hand, but Veskovitch was already on him, the 185-grain .45 ACP slug tearing into Veskovitch's left leg.

    The Doomsayer

  • The first finger of Rourke's right hand edged against the trigger until it gave, the pistol rocking in his hand, the brigand sounding the alarm now falling back, the center of his forehead split wide because of the angle of the 185-grain jacketed hollow point slug when it impacted.

    The Quest

  • I'll throw in a few boxes of Black Hills 185-grain. "

    Hardcase

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