CJ Deer Hunting Ammo

The unique revolver-cylinder fed rifle. Chambered in 22 Rim Fire, 44 Mag, and 45 Colt/.410 bore.

Re: CJ Deer Hunting Ammo

Postby retAFShooter » 14 Dec 2015 11

Ranch Dog wrote:Like the pictures. Is that a camera mounted to the scope? Did you end up Loctiting down your mount screws?


The gun camera is the ATN Shot Track http://www.amazon.com/ATN-Shot-Trak-Action-Camera/dp/B00GVFFTPY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1450108674&sr=8-1&keywords=atn+shot+trak+hd+action+gun+camera (5x). I ended up blue loctiting the mount and the rings. I shot it twice before I went hunting so I thought it was holding. If it comes loose, I will use the red.
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Re: CJ Deer Hunting Ammo

Postby Ranch Dog » 14 Dec 2015 12

How do you have it attached to your rifle. I really can't tell from the picture you posted.
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Re: CJ Deer Hunting Ammo

Postby GasGuzzler » 14 Dec 2015 18

Looks like it's attached to the scope tube with scope rings.
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Re: CJ Deer Hunting Ammo

Postby retAFShooter » 15 Dec 2015 06

The Shot Trak Camera is mounted to the scope tube with this mount:
Note the extended space between the ring and the rail. It is needed to get it above the windage adjustment knob. Here is the link to this product on Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00K8U3J1Y?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00

Lets see if I can show it mounted on another gun with a better view:
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Re: CJ Deer Hunting Ammo

Postby retAFShooter » 15 Dec 2015 06

While we are talking about the Shot Trak mounting, I thought I would show you why I like the ATN Shot Trak camera:
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Re: CJ Deer Hunting Ammo

Postby Ranch Dog » 17 Dec 2015 08

Very interesting...
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Re: CJ Deer Hunting Ammo

Postby Bibletotingunslinger » 23 Dec 2015 21

Reminds me of a T Shirt I saw today,,,,, "Vegetarian", an old word that means "poor hunter".
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Re: CJ Deer Hunting Ammo

Postby Chiefeis » 30 Dec 2015 20

I answered my own question, and maybe the original posters.

http://www.ballisticsbytheinch.com/44mag.html
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Re: CJ Deer Hunting Ammo

Postby Archer » 31 Dec 2015 19

In addition to the source you noticed most reloading manuals actually list several handgun rounds in the rifle section with corresponding data either firing them through an actual representative carbine or a long universal receiver barrel. The loads in question are worked up in those longer barrels and should give better combinations of components while remaining in spec for the round.

Ballistics by the inch isn't a bad source but I've occasionally been annoyed by their conclusions based on a sample size of 1 which may not be representative of the average in the field.

THIS article which I've seen reprinted in various locations has a very good summary of the pertinent factors I think: http://www.leverguns.com/articles/ballisticians.htm
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