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Got 8 of these, we use them all the time.
Mostly for .380 and .45 and .357 use and smaller rifles, of the sort you use to shoot prairie dogs with.
They hold up well, a square one is made that is larger that is better for practice for coyotes and cougers but this is great for plinking practice.
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Webwoman wrote:Has anyone tried these with 40 S&W rounds? I see one of the reviews on Amazon says those are a no no.
Well, what I posted on Amazon was that since I have yet to find a round nose .40SW bullet, the standard truncated (stepped) bullets tear these up, not as badly as any hollow point (including .22) will tear them, but the standard 40SW will chew holes in them.
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