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in a 28 oz lw commander, that's the same as a 100 gr bullet at 1400 fps,in a 19 oz autoloader. 1/3rd less gun wt to soak up the recoil, 1/3rd less recoil in the first place. A chief's 38 special 2" is 19 ozs, and the 158 gr bullet at 800 fps plus p is essentially uncontrolable in it, taking at LEAST .35 second for repeat hits, with one hand on the gun, 10" circle at 6 ft. That's only a 12.8 recoil momentum, but the revolver's higher line of recoil, smaller impact surface on the palm, and lack of the action's absorbing any of the felt recoil magnifies the recoil effect.
So anybody who "thinks' 230 grs at 900 fps AINT a tough to control load, in a 28 oz lw Commander, is simply a loudmouthed ignoramus, and I can PROVE it, too.
 

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Like how many times are you going to repeat the same statement???? Yawwwwwn!!
 

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Andy says: "So anybody who "thinks' 230 grs at 900 fps AINT a tough to control load, in a 28 oz lw Commander, is simply a loudmouthed ignoramus, and I can PROVE it, too."

Weak wrists make control almost impossible. You need to muscle up there fella.

RIKA
 
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