Hello from central WV

Well, trying to introduce myself.
Preacher handgun hunter handgun ammunition loader,bullet caster,fisherman,and motorcycle rider. Hope to gain from this forum.

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Welcome, what length 460 do you hunt with presuming your name is accurately descriptive of course :hugs:

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Welcome

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Welcome from California

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Welcome from KY.

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Welcome from mid-Missouri

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Welcome from communist Oregon

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I hunt with a 10" barrel i dare say I am pretty handy with it also. Shot this with it about 55-60 yards from the ground in the kneeling position this Year Nov.21,2022.I have practiced a bunch. I roll mybown so it is somewhat cheaper to practice. Enjoy the heck out of it.

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Here it is .

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Welcome to the forum from central Maine!

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Welcome to the forum.

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They preachin 24/7 here, so one more fisher of men is always welcome
Bullet smiths, and boolit smiths are two different animals.
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WELCOME!

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@WV460Hunter welcome to full30.

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Welcome from Florida!

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Welcome from OK

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Awesome, and great shooting, I was expecting a S&W rather than a BFR :man_shrugging:

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Good to be anywhere the older I get :rofl:

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A S&W well I will tell ya why I didnt. In the .460 it uses a gain twist Vs. The BFR does not use a gain twist . When shooting the other options that can be shot with that caliber. .45 colt .454 casull i didnt want a gain twist for those particular calibers the BFR uses a 1:16 twist and with the 10 inch barrel I gain speed on cast bullet loads so I can load 40 grains. And get 1900fps. Literally S&W designed their hog to reduce recoil that was its sole purpose. The BFR is very hefty and the recoil is not bad at all. I have already shot 335gr., 240gr. 300XTP mags and 240XTP mags and 300 grain lee mold bullets through it all of my own recipes

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wow, thanks for the knowledge, I didn’t know :slightly_smiling_face:

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Welcome . First part of the S&W bore on their 460 is 1:100 near no twist at all then graduates quickly into 1:20 at the muzzle . BFR. Is the 1:16 all the way through

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