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Randy Lee’s Ninja Reload

12 Responses to “Randy Lee’s Ninja Reload”

  1. Kristopher Says:

    Full-moon clips FTW.

  2. Tam Says:

    I’m underwhelmed for a number of reasons…

  3. Flighterdoc Says:

    low powered loads that didn’t expand the cases at all…and overbored cylinders

  4. Bobby Says:

    Pretty depressing that so many “practical” shooting comps means super weak loads…

  5. Tam Says:

    2) Weak hand doing precision work.

    3) Hell on the gun in a few different ways.

    But, hey, whatever wins for him. 🙂

  6. Tam Says:

    Pretty depressing that so many “practical” shooting comps means super weak loads…

    Did he not have to make power factor? What game is this?

  7. Bobby Says:

    Well, its pretty damned obvious its no normal load

  8. knice Says:

    Is he really short or do they have giant RO’s at that match..!?!

  9. Jeff Says:

    It’s ICORE. Power factor floor is 120.

  10. DirtCrashr Says:

    What’s ICORE? 🙂

  11. Diomed Says:

    Never been checked for power factor in ICORE, but I don’t shoot the big regional matches either.

  12. John Says:

    There was also a variation of the .38 S&W called the .38 Super Police or .38/200. These used a 200 grain LRN bullet at a MV of 620 fps with 176 ft. lbs. of energy. (excerpt from

    These loads would barely make ICORE power factor and would not make IDPA/USPSA power factor, 124 PF, yet they were considered effective at the turn of the century.

    A standard 38 Special 158 gr RNL load is listed at 755 FPS on Winchester’s site, 119.29 PF.

    So whatever Randy’s using, I wouldn’t hunt elk with it but I also wouldn’t want to be shot by it.

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