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    Quote Originally Posted by rx7sig View Post
    I wasn't aware that this (shooting bowling pins) is a "thing"--until I read your post. I watched several YouTube videos last night. I still don't get it.

    rx7sig
    I'm still brand new to the sport. But here, this explains it very well...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bowlin...20late%201990s.

    One session and I'm hooked. Doesn't (necessarily) chew up a lot of ammo.
    It's a hoot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canine Dave View Post
    I'm still brand new to the sport. But here, this explains it very well...
    Thanks for the link, @Canine Dave. Very informative. It's interesting that the bowling pins get heavier over time (as they retain more and more Pb)! Also interesting is the fact the .357 Magnum (and .357 Sig, too?) is considered one of the main calibers for this (along with .45 ACP and 10mm Auto, for example).

    rx7sig

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    Worse than additional weight, the bullets sometimes stick out and the pin won't roll (off the table). Most amazing are the pins hit with a full load of 00 buck. They fly backwards still uprght until they hit the backstop.

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