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    Default .95 Caliber ..Largest rifle ever made..2,400 grain bullet...video of it...weighs 50 #

    Put aside your girly-man .458 Win Mag or your wimpy .50 cal and watch guys shoot a real gun, the largest center fire rifle ever made, the .950 JDJ by SSK Industries (Ohio).

    Only three were ever made. This was the lightest, the carbine version, weighing in at 50 lbs. It shoots a .95 caliber 2,400 grain bullet at 2,100 fps using 240 grains of powder, which generates 25,400 f/lbs of muzzle energy and 277 f/lbs of recoil energy.

    Each round costs $40!!!


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    Default Re: .95 Caliber ..Largest rifle ever made..2,400 grain bullet...video of it...weighs

    That's pretty cool.

    Here's another link to the same video The Guys from Knight Rifles "Americas Muzzleloader" Shoot the .950 JDJ - YouTube. Your link goes to a spam site.
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    Default Re: .95 Caliber ..Largest rifle ever made..2,400 grain bullet...video of it...weighs

    Question.. do you need a class III license to own that loudenboomer? I was thinking anything over .50 cal was classed as a destructive device requiring. a tax stamp and all the paperwork. Does anyone know?. Not that I am considered one, I really don't need a dislocated shoulder.

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    Default Re: .95 Caliber ..Largest rifle ever made..2,400 grain bullet...video of it...weighs

    Holy s**t! That's a perfect rabbit gun.

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    Default Re: .95 Caliber ..Largest rifle ever made..2,400 grain bullet...video of it...weighs

    Quote Originally Posted by RDrancher View Post
    That's pretty cool.

    Here's another link to the same video The Guys from Knight Rifles "Americas Muzzleloader" Shoot the .950 JDJ - YouTube. Your link goes to a spam site.
    Thanks RDrancher...I did not know the link I used went to spam.....I edited my post, deleted my link and replaced it with the one you gave from You Tube....Thanks again...
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    Default Re: .95 Caliber ..Largest rifle ever made..2,400 grain bullet...video of it...weighs

    there was a 2 gauge black powder rifle made at one time Old 2 gauge shotgun: Lets go duck hunting!!! ) - YouTube this is the one I was looking for 2 bore - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Default Re: .95 Caliber ..Largest rifle ever made..2,400 grain bullet...video of it...weighs

    Wow! 2400 grain bullet; that's big...if I recall correctly, a 12 ga slug is about 480 grains. That thing ought to have wheels on it.
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    Default Re: .95 Caliber ..Largest rifle ever made..2,400 grain bullet...video of it...weighs

    Quote Originally Posted by lockhaven View Post
    there was a 2 gauge black powder rifle made at one time Old 2 gauge shotgun: Lets go duck hunting!!! ) - YouTube this is the one I was looking for 2 bore - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Interesting article. I copied this excerpt:

    The historical two bore fired spherical balls or slugs of hardened lead or, in the modern metallic cartridge, additionally a solid bronze projectile. The gauge is 1.32 inches (34 mm), and the projectiles generally weigh 8 ounces (225 grams; 3500 grains). The velocity is relatively low, at around 1,500 feet per second (460 m/s) at the muzzle, but hits with approximately 17,500 ftlbf (23,700 J) of energy

    There seems to be a bit of confusion between gauge and caliber; a 2 gauge means that the bore will accommodate a lead ball made from a 1/2 pound of lead, or in other words an 8 oz. ball. Accordingly, a 12 gauge will accommodate a lead ball made from 1/12 pound of lead. In the instant case, if the bore is 1.32 inches, that would translate to a 132 caliber. Quite a beast, any way you describe it.
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    Default Re: .95 Caliber ..Largest rifle ever made..2,400 grain bullet...video of it...weighs

    Thanks for posting.
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    Default Re: .95 Caliber ..Largest rifle ever made..2,400 grain bullet...video of it...weighs

    wow
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