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444 Marlin, all bullet weights
BulletPowder WeightPowderVelocityOALPrimerSource
240gr JHP 48.5 grH4198 2,390 fps Win LR guest
Hard hitting & flat shooting. Shoots cloverleafs at 100 yards (scope set to 9x)from my stock Marlin rifle after 35 lapping shots

240gr JSP 44.0 grH4198 2,310 fps CCI LR guest
Sighted in at 100 yards, w/20" ’94 Big Bore 1-18 twist. 81’F, 7.5 MPH wind @ 220’ 50 yds; - 1/2" 100 yds; 0 150 yds; -1 1/4"

240gr JSP 44.0 grH4198 2,135 fps CCI LR guest
Very comfortable load with 150 yrd hunting potential.

265gr SP 44.0 grIMR 4198 2,150 fps CCI LR guest
I took my elk with this load this year with a Hornady 265 grain. This load is very accruate from my Marlin 444SS with micro-groove rifling.

270gr JSP 54.5 grH322 2,300 fps Win LRM guest
Good load, groups 2" or less at 100yds, off the bench, with occasional cloverleaves. Recoils about like a 300Win Mag.

300gr LBT-LFN 54.0 grH322 2,305 fps CCI SP guest
Zips right thru railroad ties I stood up 200yds away. Sighted 3.5" high @ 100yards, the drop figure, by actual careful shooting (measuring 10 shots), is between 16 and 18" low at 300 yds and about 46" at 400.... comparing very favorably with a 30-06/220gr except that it hits about twice as hard.

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