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so i pulled the old ruger super blackhawk .44 mag 7 1/2 barrel with a bisely grip out of the closet and decided it was going with me to the range
, as its been awhile since i put some rounds through it and was feeling a little strong tonight. I went to my local dealer today and he recomemded i try some PMC 44 rem mag 240 gr JSP, as I have been a WWB guy my whole life. And since he didnt have my caliber in WWB, nor in fedral i gave the PMC a chance. After shot my first 6, I was having trouble extracting 2 of the rounds from the cylinder (as if the brass had expanded to big to fit, i was using a good amount of force to push the empty casing out of the cylinger)... and was having one or two rounds out of six everytime after that until I shot all fifty I purchased. So my question is....is this a case of weak brass? or maybe something else I'm not aware of? Has anyone had a similar experiance as the one I was having? any adivice is appreciated
 
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