AMP Annealing Made Perfect

1.442,971.563,00 price excluding tax (VAT)

  • Improve reloading precision
  • Pre-programmed fully calibrated glow-induction per cartridge
  • Repeatable and consistent neck hardness
  • All program settings are laboratory tested and calibrated
  • No mounting required, ready for instant use
  • Change calibers within seconds
  • Takes all cartridges from 17 Hornet to 460 Weatherby
  • No guessing or temperature pastes. Select correct pilot and correct program and start annealing
  • USB-port equipped for future software updates
  • Consistent neck hardness enables consistent tension and muzzle velocity giving more accurate grouping and longer lasting cases

Price per single pilot is between €29,50 – €45,50 (excl VAT) depending on the specific caliber/pilot.

-Note: due to a global shortage in compuiter chips this product is backordered 3-5  months-

Description

Leadtime: about 4 weeks, shipping worldwide.

Annealing made perfect, finally it has been made easy for the handloader with the AMP Mark II. Better groups and longer lasting cases/brass.

Power Input
The AMP annealing machine allows for a universal power input. This means it can operate anywhere in the world at any line voltage ranging from 85V to 265V. It is rated for up to 750 Watts, but operates at under 600 Watts, or less than a small microwave oven.

Cooling
The output inductor features a custom manufactured ferrite core with an air gap designed to focus magnetic fields. This means there is no work coil, and therefore nothing to burn out or need replacing. Because there is no work coil, there is also no need for water cooling. The ability of the annealer to run for extended time depends partly on the ambient room temperature. Avoid using in direct hot sunlight or high temperature conditions. A room temperature of 70˚F/20˚C is ideal.

Thermal Protection
In common with any induction heater, with extended use, the output inductor will gradually heat up. Multiple fans are installed in the annealer to keep the circuitry and inductor cool. After 40 – 50 cases have been annealed, the top of the unit behind the pilot will start to feel warm to the touch. This is normal.
The MARK II annealer features auto adjusting fans which will increase in power as the annealer warms up. In the event that the output inductor should reach 190F/90C (inside the annealer), a thermal cut out will activate to protect the unit. If that occurs, leave the annealer turned on so the fans continue cooling. It will automatically reset after 30 minutes, once cooling is complete.

Run time
Our new circuitry means that provided ambient temperature is around 70F/20C, the annealer can be run continuously for a minimum of 200 cases on any program setting without approaching cut out. Many customers go well beyond this.

Safety
AMP features a full shielded housing. By the very nature of induction, electromagnetic interference is produced when the unit is powered up. If uncontrolled this can affect other electrical devices, such as radios. For that reason federal regulations apply. Our shielded housing and electrical filtering effectively blocks and contains all these emissions. AMP has now passed all international EMC standards. The unit even features internal shielding enclosures to ensure accurate and reliable performance.

Innovations
Uniquely, the induction annealer has adjustable power and time settings built into the pre-programs. This allows small and very precise increments in annealed neck hardness. When setting the correct program for new brass, we start low and work up until we achieve the target hardness.

AMP publishes these results in the settings page on the AMP website for the benefit of all AMP users. This is an on going effort made possible by the hundreds of samples AMP has received for testing. This is a free service we encourage customers to use as it guarantees an accurate result.

The MARK II Annealer also comes complete with the AZTEC mode which allows you to analyze your own brass and generate the correct setting yourself rather than sending it to us.

Ergonomics

The MARK II was designed to feed cases one at a time by hand but for those larger batches you can use the AMP MATE to automate the process. The AMP MATE can interface with most case hoppers such as a Dillon or Hornady if an appropriate stand is constructed.

The interface is simple consisting of just three buttons which control the entire input.

Pilots
Depth of insertion into the air gap is critical. A variation of only a few millimeters can make a significant difference to the result. Therefore we now will supply depth specific pilot which do not need adjustment. Just thread them all the way in and they are ready to go. There is still some commonality. For example, the family .243 W, 7-08 R and 308 W all share the same pilot #11.

Dimensions
W = 11.5″ D = 11″ H = 8″

W = 29 cm x 28 cm x 20 cm

 

Additional information

Weight8,5 kg
Dimensions35 × 35 × 25 cm
AMP Mark 2

Mark 2

Caliber .17

-, 17 Hornet (Pilot Nr 43), 17 Hornet Ackley Imp.(Pilot Nr 43), 17 CCM (Pilot Nr 78), 17 VHA (Pilot Nr 78), 17 Mach IV (Pilot Nr 2), 17 Bee AI (Pilot Nr 2), 17 Rem. Fireball (Pilot Nr 2), 17 Rem. (Pilot Nr 18), 17 / 223 Rem. (Pilot Nr 3), 17 AccuRat (Pilot Nr 1)

Caliber 4.6 mm

-, 4.6 x 30 H&K (Pilot Nr 78)

Caliber .19

-, 19 Gopher (Pilot Nr 78), 19 Badger (Pilot Nr 2), 19 Carlson (Pilot Nr 2), 19 Carlson PPC5 (Pilot Nr 86), 19 Calhoon (Pilot Nr 43)

Caliber .20

-, 20 VCC (Pilot Nr 2), 20 SCC (Pilot Nr 2), 20 Vartarg (Pilot Nr 2), 20 Extreme (Pilot Nr 4), 20 Tactical (Pilot Nr 3), 20 Practical (Pilot Nr 3), 204 Ruger (Pilot Nr 19), 20 AccuRat (Pilot Nr 1), 20 PPC(Pilot Nr 1), 20 BR (Pilot Nr 10)

Caliber 5 mm

-, 5/35 SMc (pilot Nr 10)

Caliber 5.45 mm

-, 5.45 x 39 (Pilot Nr 85)

Caliber 5.56 mm

-, 5.56 x 45 (Pilot Nr 3)

Caliber .22

-, 22 CCM (Pilot Nr 78), 22 Hornet (Pilot Nr 43), 22 K Hornet (Pilot Nr 43), 218 Bee (Pilot Nr 83), 218 Mashburn Bee (Pilot Nr 2), 22 Grendel (Pilot Nr 16), 221 Rem. Fireball (Pilot Nr 2), 22 Jet (Pilot Nr 81), 222 Rem. (Pilot Nr 4), 222 Rem. Rimmed (Pilot Nr 4), 222 Rem. Mag. (Pilot Nr 5), 22 PPC Short (Pilot Nr 86), 22 PPC (Pilot Nr 1), 220 Russian (Pilot Nr 1), 22 BR (ex-6 BR) (Pilot Nr 10), 22 Dasher (Pilot Nr 52), 223 Rem. (Pilot Nr 3), 223 Rem. Ackley Imp. (Pilot Nr 3), 5.6 x 50 R Mag.(Pilot Nr 6), 5.6 x 52R (Savage Hi Power) (Pilot Nr 53), 219 Donaldson Wasp (Pilot Nr 53), 225 Winchester (Pilot Nr 44), 22 x 47 Lapua (Pilot Nr 50), 224 Valkyrie (Pilot Nr 85), 22 Nosler (Pilot Nr 80), 224 Wby. Mag. (Pilot Nr 7), 22.250 Rem.(Pilot Nr 7), 22.250 Rem. Ackley Imp. (Pilot Nr 7), 22 Creedmoor (Pilot Nr 17), 220 Swift (Pilot Nr 8), 220 Swift Ackley Imp. (Pilot Nr 8), 223 WSSM (Pilot Nr 46), 22 – 243W (Pilot Nr 11), 22 – 6mm Rem. Ackley Imp. (Pilot Nr 9), 22 Cheetah (Pilot Nr 70)

Caliber 5.7 mm

-, 5.7 x 28 FN (Pilot Nr 78)

Caliber 6 mm

-, 6 x 220 Russian (Pilot Nr 1), 6 x 38 Arden (Pilot Nr 2), 6 x 47mm 222Mag-based version (Pilot NR 5), 6mm ARC (Pilot Nr 1), 6mm x 223 Rem. (Pilot Nr 3), 6mm Hagar (Pilot Nr 62), 6mm PPC (Pilot Nr 1), 6mm PPC Plus 50 (Pilot Nr 1), 6mm Grendel (Pilot Nr 16), 6mm Grendel Imp. (Pilot Nr 16), TAC 6 (Pilot Nr 33), GAP 6 GT (Pilot NR 73), 6mm Fat Rat (Pilot NR 16), 6mm AR Turbo 40 (Pilot NR 16), 6mm BR (Pilot NR 10), 6mm JDP (Pilot NR 10), 6mm BR Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 10), 6mm BRX (Pilot NR 64), 6mm Dasher (Pilot NR 52), 6 – 250 (Pilot NR 7), 6mm Creedmoor (Pilot NR 17), 6mm Creedmoor Ackley Imprioved (Pilot NR 17), 6mm SIP (Pilot NR 11), 6mm Fat Dawg (Pilot NR 73), 6mm International (Pilot NR 50), 6mm XC (Pilot NR 50), 6 Mojo (Pilot NR 7), 6 x 47 Lapua (Pilot NR 50), 6mm Smack (Pilot NR 50), 6mm Swiss Match (Pilot NR 50), 243 Win. (Pilot NR 11), 243 Win. Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 11), 6 SLR (Pilot NR 11), 6mm Competition Match (Pilot NR 70), 6mm Rem. (Pilot NR 9), 6mm Rem. Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 9), 6mm Shankle (Pilot NR 70), 6 x 62R (Pilot NR 14), 243 WSSM (Pilot NR 46), 6 – 284 Win. (Pilot NR 12), 240 Wby. Mag (Pilot NR B49)

Caliber .25

-, 256 Win. Mag (Pilot NR 1), 25-20 WCF (Pilot NR 82), 25 x 45 Sharps (Pilot NR 3), 25 – 35 Winchester (Pilot NR 62), 250 – 3000 Savage (Pilot NR 7), 250 – 3000 Savage Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 7), 25 x 47 Lapua (Pilot NR 50), 257 Roberts (Pilot NR 9), 257 Roberts +P (Pilot NR 9), 257 Roberts +P Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 9), 257 Roberts Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 9), 25-303 (Pilot NR 34), 25 Krag (Pilot NR 9), 25 Souper (Pilot NR 11), 25 Creedmoor (Pilot NR 17), 25 x 284 (Pilot NR 12), 25 WSSM (Pilot NR 46), 25-06 Rem. (Pilot NR 14), 25-06 Rem. Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 14), 25 Sherman Short Tactical (Pilot NR 72), 257 Wby. Mag (Pilot NR B15), 257 STW (Pilot NR B23)

Caliber 6.5 mm

-, 6.5 BR (Pilot NR 10), 6.5 Rem. SPC (Pilot NR 53), 6.5 x 50 Japanese (Pilot NR 7), 6.5 x 52 Carcano (Pilot NR 11), 6.5 Grendel (Pilot NR 16), 6.5 x 54 Mannlicher (Pilot NR 70), 6.5 x 55 Swedish (Pilot NR 9), 6.5 x 55 Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 9), 6.5 x 55 TRI (Pilot NR 9), 6.5 Addiction (Pilot NR 9), 6.5 GWI (Pilot NR 9), 6.5 XC (Pilot NR 50), 6.5 x 47 Lapua (Pilot NR 50), 6.5 Outlaw (Pilot NR 17), 260 Rem. (Pilot NR 11), 260 Rem. Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 11), 6.5 x 308 Palma Imp. (Pilot NR 11), 6.5 SLR (Pilot NR 11), 6.5 Creedmoor (Pilot NR 17), 6.5 x 57 R (Pilot NR 9), 6.5-284 (Pilot NR 12), 6.5 Rem. Mag. (Pilot NR 21), 6.5 x 65 R (Pilot NR 75), 6.5- 270 Win. (Pilot NR 14), 6.5 x 06 (Pilot NR 14), 6.5 – 06 Baer (Pilot NR 14), 6.5 Sherman (long) (Pilot NR 75), 6.5 – 06 Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 14), 6.5 Sherman Short Mag. (Pilot NR 72), 6.5 PRC (Pilot NR 20), 6.5 SAUM (Pilot NR 20), 6.5 x 68 (Pilot NR 31), 6.5 x 300 PRC (Pilot NR 31), 6.5 SAUM GAP 4S (Pilot NR 20), 6.5 x 270 WSM (Pilot NR 51), 264 Win. Mag. (Pilot NR B15), 6.5 x 300 Wby. Mag. (Pilot NR B30), 6.5 Wby. RPM (Pilot NR 66), 26 Nosler (Pilot NR 66)

Caliber .27

-, 6.8 Rem. SPC (Pilot NR 53), 270 Ren. (Pilot NR 43), 270 Max (Pilot NR 4), 270 Win. (Pilot NR 14), 270 WSM (Pilot NR 51), 270 Wby. Mag. (Pilot NR B15), 27 Nosler (Pilot NR 66)

Caliber 7 mm

-, 7 JI (John Illum) (Pilot NR 2), 7mm TCU (Pilot NR 3), 7 BR (Pilot NR 10), 7 / 30 Waters (Pilot NR 62), 7 mm US (Pilot NR 53), 7 – 08 Rem. (Pilot NR 11), 7 x 444 AI (Pilot NR 9), 7 x 57 Mauser (Pilot NR 9), 7 x 65 R (Pilot NR 75), 284 Win. (Pilot NR 12), 284 Walker (Pilot NR 12), 284 Shehane (Pilot NR 12), 280 Rem. (Pilot NR 14), 280 Rem. Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 14), 7 x 64 Brenneke (Pilot NR B15), 7mm Sherman Short Mag (Pilot NR 72), 7mm BBM (Pilot NR 69), 7 x 61 S&H (inc. 7 x 61 Super) (Pilot NR B58), 7mm Rem. SAUM (Pilot NR 20), 7mm Saki (Pilot NR 20), 7mm Rem. Mag. (Pilot NR B15), 7 – 270 WSM (Pilot NR 51), 7 – 300 WSM (Pilot NR 21), 7mm WSM (Pilot NR 21), 7mm Wby. Mag. (Pilot NR B15), 7-300 Win. Mag. (Pilot NR B29), 7mm LRM (Pilot NR 22), 7mm Practical (and 7mm Mashburn) (Pilot NR B29), 7mm Dakota (Pilot NR 22), 7 x 300 Blaser Mag (7mm Stumpy) (Pilot NR 22), 7 x 66 Vom Hofe (Pilot NR 31), 7mm – 375 Ruger (Pilot NR 38), 7mm – 300 Norma Mag. (Pilot NR 67), 7mm – 300 Norma Mag AI (Pilot NR 67), 7mm Blaser Mag. (Pilot NR 65), 7mm STW (Pilot NR B23), 7mm Rem Ultra Mag. (Pilot NR 24), 28 Nosler (Pilot NR 66), 7mm Allen Mag (Pilot NR 37)

Caliber 7.5 mm

-, 7.5 x 55 (Pilot NR 57)

Caliber .30

-, 30 M1 Carbine (Pilot NR 2), 30 TNT Supermag (Pilot NR 4), 300 Blackout (Pilot NR 2), 7.62 x 38R (Nagant) (Pilot NR 2), 7.62 x 40 Wilson Tac (Pilot NR 4), 7.62 x 39 (Pilot NR 33), 30 Stingray (Pilot NR 16), 300 HAM'r (Pilot NR 18), 30/30 Win. (Pilot NR 62), 300 Savage (Pilot NR 7), 30 Herrett (Pilot NR 53), 30 BR (Pilot NR 10), 30 BRX (Pilot NR 64), 30 Dasher (Pilot NR 52), 30 BRS (Pilot NR 1), 30 Rem. AR (Pilot NR 25), 30 x 47 (Pilot NR 50), 308 Marlin Express (Pilot NR 26), 308 Win. (Pilot NR 11), 30 – 40 Krag (Pilot NR 9), 30 TC (Pilot NR 7), 30 x 57 (Pilot NR 35), 30 – 06 Springfield (Pilot NR 14), 30 – 06 Springfield Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 14), 30 – 284 Win. (Pilot NR 12), 308 Otey (Pilot NR 63), 300 H&H (Pilot NR B29), 300 PRC (Pilot NR 31), 30 Sherman Mag (Pilot NR 38), 300 Rem. SAUM (Pilot NR 20), 308 Norma Mag (Pilot NR B27), 30R Blaser (Pilot NR B30), 300 WSM (Pilot NR 21), 300 Ruger Compact Mag (Pilot NR 28), 30 – 338 Win. Mag. (Pilot NR B15), 300 Win. Mag. (Pilot NR B29), 300 Wby. Mag. (Pilot NR B30), 300 Wby. Mag. Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR B30), 300 Jarrett (Pilot NR B23), 300 Dakota (Pilot NR 31), 300 Blacktornado (Pilot NR 67), 300 Norma Mag. (Pilot NR 67), 7.82 Lazzeroni Warbird (Pilot NR 40), 300 Rem. Ultra Mag. (Pilot NR 24), 30 – 338 Lapua Mag. Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 37), 30 Nosler (Pilot NR 66), 30 – 378 Wby. Mag. (Pilot NR B32), 7.62 x 53R (Pilot NR 59), 7.62 x 54R (Pilot NR 59), 303 Savage (Pilot NR 50), 303 British (Pilot NR 34)

Caliber 7.65 mm

-, 7.65 x 53 Argentine (Pilot NR 35)

Caliber 7.92 mm

-, 7.7 x 58 Japanese (Pilot NR 14)

Caliber .32

-, 32 – 20 WCF (Pilot NR 2), 32-40 WCF (Pilot NR 61), 32 Miller Short (Pilot NR 2), 32 Win. Special (Pilot NR 62)

Caliber 8 mm

-, 8 x 58R Danish (Pilot NR 60), 8 x 50R Lebel (Pilot NR 69), 8 x 57 Mauser (Pilot NR 35), 8mm-06 (Pilot NR 14)
323 Varntresk (Pilot NR 14), 325 WSM (Pilot NR 21), 8 x 68 S (Pilot NR 31), 8mm Rem Mag. (Pilot NR B23)

Caliber 8.5 mm

-, 8.5 x 63 (Pilot NR 75)

Caliber .33

-, 338 Spectre (Pilot NR 82), 338 Federal (Pilot NR 11), 338 Marlin Express (Pilot NR 36), 338 – 303 (Pilot NR 34), 338 – 284 Win. (Pilot NR 12), 338 Gibbs/Scoville (Pilot NR 14), 338 – 06 Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 14), 338 Ruger Compact Mag. (Pilot NR 20), 338 Win. Mag. (Pilot NR B15), 338 WSM (Pilot NR 21), 330 Dakota (Pilot NR 31), 338 Blaser (Pilot NR 22), 338 Super (Pilot NR B30), 340 Wby. Mag. (Pilot NR B30), 33 Nosler (Pilot NR 22), 338 Norma Mag. (Pilot NR 67), 338 Norma Mag. AI (Pilot NR 67), 338 Rem. Ultra Mag. (Pilot NR 24), 338 Edge (Pilot NR 24), 338 Lapua Mag. (Pilot NR 37), 338 Lapua Mag. Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 37), 338 Terminator (Pilot NR 37), 338-378 Wby. (Pilot NR B32), 338 Excalibur (Pilot NR B32), 33 XC (Pilot NR 92), 338 Sniper Tac. (Pilot NR 56), 338 Raptor (Pilot NR 84), 338 – 375 Cheytac (Pilot NR 56)

Caliber .35

-, 357 Herrett (Pilot NR 53), 348 Winchester (Pilot NR 21), 357 Maximum (Pilot NR 4), 357 Magnum (Pilot NR 81), 357-44 Bain&Davis (Pilot NR 83), 350 Legend (Pilot NR 53), 35 Remington (Pilot NR 50), 358 Win. (Pilot NR 11), 350 Rem. Mag. (Pilot NR 21), 35 Whelan (Pilot NR 14), 35 Whelan Imp. (Pilot NR 14), 358 Otey (Pilot NR 54), 35 HRC (Pilot NR B15), 358 Norma Mag. (Pilot NR B27), 358 S. Times Alaskan (Pilot NR B23), 35 – 300 Dakota (Pilot NR 31), 358 S. Times Alaskan (Pilot NR B23)

Caliber 9 mm

-, 9 mm Mauser (Pilot NR 35)

Caliber .36

-, 360 x 2 1/4 BPE (Pilot NR 35), 400/360 Purdey (Pilot NR B29)

Caliber 9.3 mm

-, 9.3 x 62 (Pilot NR B15), 9.3 x 64 Brenneke (Pilot NR 54), 9.3 x 66 Sako (Pilot NR B29), 9.3 x 74R (Pilot NR B23)

Caliber .37

-, 375 Winchester (Pilot NR 34), 375 JDJ (x 444 Marlin) (Pilot NR 35), 375 x 444 Bellm (Pilot NR 35), 375.06 Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 14), 375 H&H (Pilot NR B30), 376 Steyr (Pilot NR 63), 375 Ruger (Pilot NR 38), 375 Wby. Mag. (Pilot NR B39), 375 Dakota (Pilot NR 31), 375 Sniper Tac Ackley Imp. (Pilot NR 56), 375 Rem. Ultra Mag (Pilot NR 24), 375 – 338 Lapua (Pilot NR 37), 37 XC (Pilot NR 92), 375 Lethal Magnum (Pilot NR B93), 378 Wby. Mag. (Pilot NR B32), 375 EnABELR (Pilot NR 88), 375 Cheytac (Pilot NR 56), 375 Spinella (Pilot NR 508)

Caliber .38

-, 38 – 40 Win. (Pilot NR 10), 38 – 55 Win. (Pilot NR 61), 38-70 (Pilot NR 60)

Caliber 10.3 mm

-, 10.3 x 60R (Pilot NR 20), 10.4 x 38 R (Pilot NR 74)

Caliber .40

-, 450/400 Nitro Express 3 (Pilot NR 41), 408 Cheytac (Pilot NR 56)

Caliber .41

-, 41 Rem. Mag. (Pilot NR 10), 416 Taylor (Pilot NR B15), 416 Rigby (Pilot NR 40), 416 Ruger (Pilot NR 38), 416 Rem. Mag. (Pilot NR B23), 416 Dakota (Pilot NR 41), 416-338 Lapua Mag. (Pilot NR 37), 416 Wby. Mag. (Pilot NR B32), 416 Barrett (Pilot NR 401), 404 Jeffery (Pilot NR 38)

Caliber .43

-, 43 Spanish (Pilot NR 21), 43 Mauser (Pilot NR 21)

Caliber 11.15 mm

-, 11.15 x 58R Werndl (Pilot NR 71)

Caliber .44

-, 44 Rem. Mag. (Pilot NR 10), 44-40 WCF (Pilot NR 10), 445 Super Mag. (Pilot NR 50), 444 Marlin (Pilot NR 35)

Caliber .45

-, 45 Raptor (Pilot NR 50), 45 Colt (Pilot NR 83), 454 Casull (Pilot NR 52), 458 SOCOM (Pilot NR 55), 450 Bushmaster (Pilot NR 77), 45 – 110 (Pilot NR B29), 45 – 70 Govt. (Pilot NR 45), 45 – 90 Win. (Pilot NR 60), 45-100 (45-2.6) (Pilot NR B29), 45 – 120 (Pilot NR 94), 450 Marlin (Pilot NR 20)

Caliber 11.7 mm

-, 11.7 x 51R (Pilot NR 45)

Caliber .46

-, 460 Steyr Mark ll only (Pilot NR 515)

Caliber .47

-, 470 Nitro Express (Pilot NR 68), 475 Turnbull (Pilot NR 21)

Caliber .50

-, 50 AE (Pilot NR 74), 500 Linebaugh Long (Pilot NR 95), 500 SW (Pilot NR 71), 50 – 70 Govt. (Pilot NR 69), 50 Beowulf (Pilot NR 71), 50 – 110 (510 Kodiak) (Pilot NR 65), 50-90 Sharps (Pilot NR 37), 500 Nitro Express (Pilot NR B32), 500 Jeffery (Pilot NR 79), 50 BMG (Pilot NR 501), Wildcat (Pilot NR 502), 50 BMG McMurdo Imp. (Pilot NR 503), Wildcat (Pilot NR 504), Wildcat (Pilot NR 505), Wildcat (Pilot NR 506), Wildcat (Pilot NR 507), 375 Spinella (Pilot NR 508), 375 HammerHead (Pilot NR 509), Wildcat (Pilot NR 510), 375 Libert (Pilot NR 511), Wildcat (Pilot NR 512), 50 DTC (Pilot NR 513), 505 Gibbs (Pilot NR 89)

Caliber .57

-, 577 Nitro Express 3 (Pilot NR 90), 577 Snyder (Pilot NR 91), 505 Gibbs (Pilot NR 89)

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