WTS Buffalo Bore 44 Mag Dangerous Game ammo

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Bought 2 boxes of BB’s 44 Dangerous Game load because it said it’s good in all 44’s but turns out it jams my cute little 329PD and I need the low recoil load they make. Bought these just 2 weeks ago and shot 2 rounds. Paid $150 for 2 boxes with shipping. Offering 38 rounds(unopened box and box of 18) for $115 shipped.
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Had a few people with 329pd's ask about the ammo, so I'll just post the info here...

This is this ammo I'm selling here, even though it says for all guns chambered in 44 it seems like the titanium cylinder of 329's is a special case: https://www.buffalobore.com/index.php?l=product_detail&p=561

and this is the ammo Buffalo bore developed specifically for the 329. The description in this ammo describes the problem I experienced exactly: https://www.buffalobore.com/index.php?l=product_detail&p=55
 

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Im pretty sure that ammo you are selling is NOT the same ammo BB designed for the 329PD...its a lot hotter and uses a momometal bullet which creates even more pressure than the hardcast lead. Consider yourself lucky you got your hands yet. This ammo is NOT suitable for a 329PD plus I wouldnt want to shoot that kind of power in a lightweight rig anyways...recoil would kill your hand and the muzzle blast would be horendous. Titanium is strong and flexible, but it isnt steel. I use those monometal bullets in my 454 Casull.
 

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Im pretty sure that ammo you are selling is NOT the same ammo BB designed for the 329PD...its a lot hotter and uses a momometal bullet which creates even more pressure than the hardcast lead. Consider yourself lucky you got your hands yet. This ammo is NOT suitable for a 329PD plus I wouldnt want to shoot that kind of power in a lightweight rig anyways...recoil would kill your hand and the muzzle blast would be horendous. Titanium is strong and flexible, but it isnt steel. I use those monometal bullets in my 454 Casull.

He is saying the same thing you are.
 
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