MM/RD 432-325GC is a SUCCESS !!!

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Re: 432-325GC with RD nose

Postby mtngun » Thu Aug 04, 2011 8:15 am

Mustaffa is a good guy. Loves to exchange letters. I tried to get him on the forum, but he is set in his ways.

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Re: 432-325GC with RD nose

Postby 6pt-sika » Thu Aug 04, 2011 12:46 pm

mtngun wrote:Mustaffa is a good guy. Loves to exchange letters. I tried to get him on the forum, but he is set in his ways.


Oh I am surprised I didn't think he was PC friendly !

Glad to know atleast he has access to a PC .

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Re: 432-325GC with RD nose

Postby mtngun » Thu Aug 04, 2011 3:07 pm

Oh, I don't think he is online much if at all. He had been talking about it, but like I say, he was set in his ways.

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Re: 432-325GC with RD nose

Postby 6pt-sika » Sat Aug 20, 2011 5:12 am

Got a small boar bear 8-17-11 at 18:05 . Shot him at 70 yards with my RETRO 444P with a Weaver K3 on top . Was shooting the LBT 433-340GC pushed with 49 grains of H322 and lit with a CCI200 .
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Now when the MM/RD 432-325GC mold gets to me I can change this one over to shoot the bullet exclusively ;)

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Re: 432-325GC with RD nose

Postby 6pt-sika » Sat Aug 20, 2011 5:14 am

Incidently of the 5 Damage Control Permits we have for bear this year this little guy makes the third we've used so far !
My hunting partner got a boar and sow the saturday before I shot this guy .

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Re: 432-325GC with RD nose

Postby mtngun » Sat Aug 20, 2011 5:28 am

Good shooting.

I hope you save a few bears for future hunts. :lol:

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Re: 432-325GC with RD nose

Postby 6pt-sika » Sun Aug 21, 2011 4:35 am

mtngun wrote:Good shooting.

I hope you save a few bears for future hunts. :lol:



There are plenty bear in this area .
We're maybe 1/2 mile from the Shenendoah National Park in a holler down off the park that very little hunting is allowed . And there are two orchards and a vineyard . The orchard we're hunting on is maybe 6 acres and we were given permits for 5 bear and 50 deer !

There are two we know of over 250 pounds and one of these is closer to 350 I believe however these two are night travelers . And while it's okay for us to shoot them at night using lights I don't care to go that route .

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Re: 432-325GC with RD nose

Postby 6pt-sika » Fri Aug 26, 2011 3:47 pm

Well I got a nice present when I arrived home from the shop today !

My new mold from MM was sitting in the box on the kitchen table !

Here's PC generated image as I put the measuremnets in MM's mold thing !

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And here are two pics I took about 15 minutes ago of the mold !

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Re: 432-325GC with RD nose , HAS ARRIVED !

Postby 6pt-sika » Fri Aug 26, 2011 3:50 pm

Dan I just realized you beat your projected 4-9 weeks by a few days prior to 4 weeks !

Awesome !

I always hate waiting for an ordered item and as you have in the past you meet or exceed your production deadlines !

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Re: 432-325GC with RD nose , HAS ARRIVED !

Postby 6pt-sika » Fri Aug 26, 2011 3:52 pm

I am thinking if this one shoots okay and I see no reason it wouldn't I may have you make me another with the Ranch Dog style nose in a 432-365GC .


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