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A 1923 PP in 32 Police CTG.
The bullets are hand cast Ideal #313445. 98 grain SWC, notice the very wide front driving band of the bullet.
Has anyone seen or read of this design bullet in any other caliber?
It works very well in the PP in 32 Long over 2.4 gr. of Trail Boss

I posted this in Revolvers because I wanted to put the revolver in the thread.
If it needs to be moved, please put it where it should be.
Thanks
 

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I had some that were very close to those for a 357 they were 158gr with a copper gas check.They shot like gang busters I really liked them but unfortunately I broke the mold for them.:(D*
 

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A 1923 PP in 32 Police CTG.
The bullets are hand cast Ideal #313445. 98 grain SWC, notice the very wide front driving band of the bullet.
Has anyone seen or read of this design bullet in any other caliber?
It works very well in the PP in 32 Long over 2.4 gr. of Trail Boss

I posted this in Revolvers because I wanted to put the revolver in the thread.
If it needs to be moved, please put it where it should be.
Thanks
A feature of all three bands of the Elmer Kieth-style bullet. He felt the wide bands helped the bullet align between the cylinder and the barrel.
 
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