We liked this!GAD 12 GA Black friend shot for a long time. The product has always been good up to this last work: helmets not crimping profits, AA is so bad, it was hard worst stress and extraction. I didn't buy 4 boxes of Ammo 44-40 black powder and there is room in one of my 5 cannons. I have a factory crimp-balls and dye worked Lee Crimp very well. Many arrows, fire and smoke. Perhaps, this amount was not fixed. The price was right, and I ordered. The munitions have been moved. Confirm this command twice and the second time I turned the order had. Finally, as promised. And for this price, I am very happy. GAD bought ammunition cowboy, I found the quality of being several times, had a few turns, not to say, but in general I am satisfied. Although I have some hiccups (lack of dust-free) up to 6 cases of burn this ammunition (very expensive) had (a Buffalo Hunt very early), I found that this relatively coherent groups ammunition from my new Winchester model produced in General 5 yard shot BPCR 2100 1886 in 45-90 with iron sights! 2 weeks ago, I have this ammunition to hunt buffalo. I met this old male bison directly on the shoulder and the heart 130 yards and yielded very quickly with a single shot. The balls seem to throw hard, that despite the ball in the shoulder with a small distortion you restoring the collision with the bone. These cartridges produce very dirty, but I can not complain, with the power I have. In addition, the dirt can be easily cleaned. These cartridges are sweet kick & report, shoot, especially when compared with my 45-70 with new burdens of evolution lever or my Winchester 405 (which is quite difficult to shoot). I have not had any possibility of chronograph these loads. It obviously does not move quickly, but this train was 405 gr lead is always at its final destination in a coup. Be sure to also mention that this big cloud of smoke leaving facilitates the fun lever! All tours (45 LC and 12 GA.) went very well during the day and night. Fire and smoke big was lit at night to see the fireworks. Bullets in the pump action rifle has not been well used, but it was what we had. It should be used by all means in a weapon breaking action. But the premature explosion of the bomb was spectacular. I would say that the need of sunglasses. The pump needs cleanup, as my soapy cowboy to loosen dirt, why not clean cleaner and acid the same weapons or oil. However, it was fun and useful in cleaning that we had. These cartridges are an exact representation of what happened in the fire of a foal. 45 in the Wild West. They are very fun. I'm an action shooter cowboy, SASS 73114. Normally, I like a lot of cowboy smoke-free to use, as this will simplify the process of cleaning my firearms. However, sometimes the desire for authenticity is too strong and puts much gunpowder. You need the bottom beam and sparks and the clouds of smoke over 1881 still seem to make. This is when GAD cowboy action ammunition and contact. I always think in action pistol, rifle and shotgun ammo 12 gauge on the other hand. It is always consistent, judgments of good appearance and smell of old tombstone is Pierre. 45LC and ammunition calibre 12, I received worked flawlessly in various weapons, as cabelas independence ammo I tried it. The accusations were consistent within the thoroughness and accuracy of ancient weapons inherent was acceptable, I have it in this. Weapons designed for black powder cartridges, ammunition gives the original towers 'feel', with the relationship of dust cartridges smoke black and white without the real need extended with black powder cleaning. You'll run into a weapon primitive gun 45-70 season of the Mississippi River. I was surprised to find this in their catalogue for this weapon available ammunition. I didn't know that ammunition in this caliber still available was black powder loads. My first hunt with these munitions, packs a cute deer in plenty of food to about 80 yards, the power was my support. I was very impressed with the accuracy of the cartridge and some have already suggested to my companion companion, hunting. . . .