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#7005212 - 12/21/17 04:08 AM buffalo ammo
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Registered: 09/17/12
Posts: 1419
Loc: granbury,texas 76048
anybody heard of this buffalo brand ammo being too hot to shoot in certan guns..i read some stuff on it really being a great ammo for killing hogs ..but to bewbox ecplicitly says on the flap to warn that its a hot load..didnt know if it was marketing or i turn to yall who may have experience with this brand..thanks in advance..and merry CHRISTMAS to all

#7005214 - 12/21/17 04:24 AM Re: buffalo ammo [Re: mow]
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Registered: 10/22/12
Posts: 18875
Loc: Winters
I assume youíre talking about Buffalo Bore.

Yes, they are hot loads. The risk is using them in older firearms. I think thatís mainly the .45/70, since itís been around long enough to see some older rifles with steel that isnít up to the task. In more modern rifles made for higher pressures, itís fine. I donít know the specifics, but Iím sure the folks at Buffalo Bore can fill you in.

I love their ammo. I shoot it in my .454. None of your standard factory stuff can touch it. Only outfits similar to Buffalo Bore, like Cor-bon and Underwoods is in the same league.

#7005232 - 12/21/17 05:44 AM Re: buffalo ammo [Re: mow]
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Registered: 11/11/07
Posts: 8131
Loc: Wise Co.
Gotta be careful with Buffal Bore ammo in your .45 Colt revolvers. Some can take it, some cannot.

I'm here to give and receive knowledge, not affirmation or adoration. If you don't like it, mierda dura. Intellectual honesty is not for fragile egos.

#7005776 - 12/21/17 01:27 PM Re: buffalo ammo [Re: mow]
Eyesofahunter Offline

Registered: 01/11/15
Posts: 632
Loc: Hill Country of Texas
Go to the web page and it had detailed guidelines for what firearms are up to the job.


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