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Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by Jesse, Mar 17, 2002.

  1. Jesse

    Jesse G&G Newbie Forum Contributor

    Anybody remember the old Pingrabber ammo from the '80's?

  2. Joe B.

    Joe B. G&G Newbie

    Yeah, I remember seeing ads for the stuff back then. Wicked jagged looking hollow points. I could be wrong but I think they were only avail in .45acp? I think they were cast, non- jacketed. Wonder what ever happend to them......I bet they scared the hell out of HCI.

  3. ShooMac

    ShooMac G&G Newbie

    I remember in college someone telling me that the teeth were supposed to bite into the pin so the pin would spin and knock down the ones next to it. But I took everything this guy said with a grain of salt. :)
  4. Pumpkinheaver

    Pumpkinheaver G&G Evangelist

    That was the theory! Personally I like a bullet with as large a flat point as will reliably feed in the particular weapon I'm using at the time.
  5. nglitz

    nglitz G&G Newbie

    I've still got a few in my cabinet downstairs. They were made by a company called Kawser (Kauser? too lazy to go look). Mine are jacketed and came in 185 and 230 grain. They sure look neat, but I've found, like pumpkin, that SWCs work better.
  6. BattleRifleG3

    BattleRifleG3 G&G Evangelist

    Mind sharing photos? And welcome!