I started to try differnt ammo in the 44 mag. well I found that with a 200 grn. semi jacket full lead or a semi HP. at the same - 200 grn. and use a magnum primer, than with a good med burning. powder at the books compressed charge there were three weights so I used the second, when I seated the bullet I crimped it good. well I could not get over the diff. at 100 yards with a scope on it, I was hitting beer cans most every time when benched rested and it would put holes in the bull at 200 mt. you just have to be ready for that recoil and trigger pull, as it will go where you want it to if you fire it right. you can not be afraid of the kick as it is not that bad.get a dbbl 12 gauge and fire both rounds at the same time- that will get you use to it. but it is a great load.
New York state