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bowfin
12-10-2019, 10:45 AM
I have a .401 Herter Powermag, as does my son. We are interested in Keith style bullet for these revolvers, possibly a Boser design with some modifications, since I haven't seen too many reports that they ever shot that well. I don't know if there would be any bleed over interest with those currently owning or planning to buy 10mm revolvers.

Does anybody else have any input, suggestions, or interest?

Outpost75
12-10-2019, 12:50 PM
Not a Keith, but a Boser "ash can" from Accurate which I shoot in a custom 10mm Ruger and also a John Taylor Bunny Gun. No "group buy" is needed, as Tom has a bunch of 10mm revolver designs from 182 to 260 grains for your consideration in the online catalog with 3 weeks delivery.

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bowfin
12-10-2019, 02:12 PM
I have one mold from Accurate Molds for my .401 and my eye on another one...and now I have a hankering for the one you just showed me! I will go back and look over his selections...but I still wouldn't mind having a Keith design.

JAC43
12-10-2019, 11:43 PM
Not a Keith, but a Boser "ash can" from Accurate which I shoot in a custom 10mm Ruger...

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Do you roll crimp that bullet for your 10mm revolver, or taper crimp?

Outpost75
12-11-2019, 01:27 AM
Do you roll crimp that bullet for your 10mm revolver, or taper crimp?

I roll crimp, because my revolver was set up that way.