Accurate 36-158-V

Will

Well-Known Member
#2
That’s a good looking bullet Waco. I was actually looking at that mold on Tom’s website last night.
 

Brad

Administrator
Staff member
#10
Is that a new design you came up with or something he had on file?
Good looking bullet. Simple and elegant.

Will be watching to see how they shoot.
 

waco

Springfield, Oregon
#12
Will be watching to see how they shoot.
I want to work up a load in my Fathers 1894 Marlin Cowboy I got from him when he passed away. 24" barrel with a slicked up action and trigger.
I am thinking hard about putting a scope on this because it will only ever be shot at paper and such. I'm just not sure what way to go optics wise.
This is one on the levers I think will benefit from a fatter .360" bullet.
 

Brad

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Staff member
#13
The 24" Marlin CB rifles are awesome. I have one in 45 Colt.
My Marlin 1894C in 357 is a mess. It was a later model and is a pain to load for. It will take a .358 bullet but has almost no throat. It is very finicky and hates anything with a shoulder. Like 6" or worse at 50 yards hates.
For optics try a red dot. I shot a couple pigs with my 45 Colt and a red dot. It is like shooting a shotgun.
 

Brad

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Staff member
#18
What? Wow.
Texas didn't seem to care. Never used it for deer in MO but don't think it would be an issue?

They do let you hunt paper with a battery powered sight, don't they?
 

Brad

Administrator
Staff member
#20
No, you can hunt beer cans too. Empty please. Golf balls are neat targets, hit just right the spin makes them do some interesting things.
That bullet has a big enough flat on the nose to make quite an impact on anything it hits,