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Can Anyone Identify These Bullets ???

Discussion in 'General Reloading' started by Mooseman684, Jun 3, 2011.

  1. Mooseman684

    Mooseman684 G&G Newbie

    The following pics are of some .300 H&H ammo That I have that are factory loads. One is headstamped "Peters" the other is Rem-UMC , and both are stamped 300 Magnum.
    I believe they may be from the 40's or early 50's.
    I want to know what the bullets were called since they are strange and dont match anything I have found yet in old ads.
    They are round nosed , with a hollow point, and a lead "tit' inside with no lead exposed and the bullets are about 1-1/8 inch long.
    Anyone know what this Bullet design was called ???
    Rich
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  2. jwernecke

    jwernecke G&G Newbie

    Looks like bird shot to me moose. I used to do the same with .30-30 Win rounds. A piece of #6 shot fit nicely and made sure that the bullet expanded right at longer distances. So was my thinking anyhow, havent done it in a long time. Of course havent loaded any .30-30 HPs in a longtime either.
     
  3. chesterwin

    chesterwin Moderator Staff Member

    Can't help with what those are, but they look like a modern Federal Hydra Shock pistol bullet design.
     
  4. swedesrus

    swedesrus G&G Evangelist

    Those are 300 H&H Mag. JHPRN !
    Likely 180 gr.
     
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  5. TheLastMountain

    TheLastMountain G&G Evangelist

    Probably showin how dumb I am, but could that be a steel core under that lead "tit"?
     
  6. jimkim

    jimkim G&G Enthusiast

    I'm thinking they are are Remington Innerbelted Hollow Points. I'll be danged if I can find any pictures though. I'm gonna put out a feeler on a cartridge collecting forum. I'll let you know when I know.

    I posted on the same forum this thread is on. http://www.marlinowners.com/forums/index.php/topic,40626.0.html I figured some of you might like the pictures.
     
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  7. Mooseman684

    Mooseman684 G&G Newbie

    They are lead inside...I looked at the inner belted ammo ads and they showed lead protruding like the old Core-lokt round nose bullets...
    I do believe these are over 200 grain and probably 220 gr.They are 1/8 inch longer than my 180 grain SP bullets.
     
  8. jimkim

    jimkim G&G Enthusiast

    The one I saw was a 30-30 round. It was jacketed all the way to the tip, and had a teet in it, like a Fed Hydra-Shok. I'm thinking they are of this same era.
     
  9. MosinMan

    MosinMan G&G Evangelist

    Brand name: Old like the owner
    Type of bullet: Obsolete Alaskan stuff

    In all seriousness, I've been doing some research all day and ain't found nothing yet. It isn't a Norma Oryx protected point is it? May be a woodleigh protected point.
     
  10. CopperniX

    CopperniX Forum Fanatic Staff Member

    Whats the possibility its just an odd ball style that didn't stay around very long ?
     
  11. Mooseman684

    Mooseman684 G&G Newbie

    anything is possible....LOL
     
  12. Mooseman684

    Mooseman684 G&G Newbie

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  13. Tracer

    Tracer G&G Aussie Dad

    wooo hooo I can sleep tonight LOL I have a bunch of that old stuff, neet stuff, smells cool when you shoot one too ,like being a kid again !
     
  14. Mooseman684

    Mooseman684 G&G Newbie

    What Caliber ???
    I would love to find some of these bullets to load up some rounds with...
     
  15. jimkim

    jimkim G&G Enthusiast

    Rich, I found the bullet from that 30-30 round. Apparently it was pulled by mistake. I think they are the same type. This one is 169gr.
     

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  16. Mooseman684

    Mooseman684 G&G Newbie

    it looks similar Jim...Thanks
     
  17. aaalaska

    aaalaska G&G Newbie

    Rich their just old ,you know like the owner.
    Alex
     
  18. Mooseman684

    Mooseman684 G&G Newbie

    Yes I do Alex...thanks for reminding me ! LOL
    Rich
     
  19. DaTeacha

    DaTeacha Things are not what they seem. Forum Contributor

    A golf tee set upside down in a 12 gauge shot cup looks something like that, too. Makes a very effective spreader load if you hunt grouse and don't have an open choked gun.

    Might also be kind of nasty in a HD load in a short barrel, too. Of course, now you can just buy post wads, I think.
     
  20. Mooseman684

    Mooseman684 G&G Newbie

    What are you talking about ?
     
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