So before I bought this S&W 329pd .44 mag, I researched it quite a bit. A review that I read said that the guy tested a bunch of loads and the Buffalo Bore were the only ones that had the spent shells stick in the cylinder. I noted that and when I received my 329pd I had accumulated 5 different loads to try on it. I went to RCRR today and tried all the different loads. They all fired great with good groupings, including the buffalo bore. But just like the guy said in the review, every single round of buffalo bore I fired, the spent shell was stuck in the cylinder.
When I fired all six rounds and the tried to unload the cylinder, I had to tap the shells out. If I just loaded and fired 1 round, the shell would come out by hand, but with significant force required by me.
So I was just curious if anybody knows what's up with that. I would think it would mean the shell casing itself is expanding when fired. But why this one and not the others (two corbon loads, American Eagle, and two other loads).