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Thread: saeco 409 and 410 in 41 for the Marlin and other lever guns

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    Boolit Buddy mag44uk's Avatar
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    saeco 409 and 410 in 41 for the Marlin and other lever guns

    I have a 1894 and both saeco moulds.
    409 is a 4 cavity 195gn tc and the 410 is a 2 cavity 220 gn rnfp.
    The 409 works flawlessly thru the action and is pretty accurate.
    The 410 seems to shoot better at longer range but is snicky through the action if crimped in the groove.
    It improves if I crimp further forward.
    I am only using this for paper punching @ 1200fps.
    How about a tumble lube version of the 409 in 6 or 8 cavity?
    Maybe similar for the 410 with a shorter nose?

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    I have a Henry.41 an use the LFN 225gr in mine. Just use what you and the gun likes.

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    Boolit Buddy Randy Bohannon's Avatar
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    Sounds like a .410 T/C bullet would work well.

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BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
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