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JDJ
JDJ
.309 JDJ
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$ 5.75 per
Cartridge
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444
Marlin
308 Win
309
JDJ
309
JDJ
The 309 JDJ was developed from the
444 Marlin by necking it  down to .30"
caliber, in a 308 sizing die and fire
forming
to the shoulder length and size,making a
60 degree shoulder angle.
The 309 JDJ was developed  in 1978 by
Mr. J.D. Jones of SSK Industries for the
Thompson/Center Contender single shot
pistol or rifle with a special 15"
SSK barrel.
These cartridges were produced by
Quality Cartridge Company, so they are
considered
a proprietary cartridge not a wildcat
cartridge, unless you make your own by
fire-forming or have very expensive
reloading equipment.
150 grain soft point
See JDJ vs 444 Marlin & 308 Winchester
in Picture at left.
Out of Stock
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