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I decided to buy dies. Local factory selection sucks and loads seem anemic. I have a ton of once fired brass.

I am looking for pet loads. I am shooting a factory TC Encore Pro Hunter 26" overall barrel length. Primary service will be Mississippi Whitetails and Hogs.

300 yard maximum intended range. 50 - 100 yard typical range.



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Looks like a good 225 grain bullet will be your huckleberry. Mine loves Re 15 and any bullet, especially the 250s.



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My favorite load is 60 gr of Varget and a 225 gr Nosler Accubond it will do anything you could ever want, Nosler's max load is 60.5 gr, work up slowly. Like mentioned above RL 15 is another great 35 Whelen powder. The 225 gr Partition is another real good bullet.



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I have been loading & hunting with a Whelen for 25+ years. Over that period of time I have used a bunch of different bullets & powders, in 3 different Whelens. I have found it a very easy round to get a long with as nearly everything has shot & killed pretty well. I have decided that the modest velocities (2400-2500fps in my case) of the Whelen don't require premium bullets necessary, tho they have shot pretty well. I have taken many whitetals with the 200gr Hornady SP over 55.5 gr of 3031. In recent years, I have been using the 250gr Hornady SP over 56gr of 4064. The Speer version is a good one, but I seem to have found "deals" on the Hornady's. I have avoided the 180 gr bullets and the various pistol bullets as I just didn't see the point.
The 250 has produced numerous DRT kills. I have used it on whitetails, muleys & moose, plus an occasional woodchuck.
Over time I have learned that I did not seem to gain much by pushing the Whelen to max velocities, as it has been remarkably effective on game. When I benchmarked factory ammo, I found relatively low velocities, but great accuracy, and lots of game get taken with that stuff every season.
I spent my early hunting years using a 270 & occasionally a 6mm Rem. Trialed the Whelen when Remington introduced it in 87 or 88.
Did not know what to expect when changing from light & fast to big & slow, but was absolutely dazzled with the Whelen on game. There is not much I would not hunt with 130 gr Partitions in a 270Win or 250 gr Spitzers from a Whelen. In 40+ years of hunting, I do not remember a single head of big game that could not have been nicely taken with either caliber.
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i have found the speer 220 gr bullet to work like magic on whitetails i am using 61gr. of blc2 with the 220 speer

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I decided to buy dies. Local factory selection sucks and loads seem anemic. I have a ton of once fired brass.

I am looking for pet loads. I am shooting a factory TC Encore Pro Hunter 26" overall barrel length. Primary service will be Mississippi Whitetails and Hogs.

300 yard maximum intended range. 50 - 100 yard typical range.




I am glad to hear this, loading for this rifle is definitely the way to go.

The beauty of the Whelen is that you don't have to push the velocity envelope, it'll push itself...so to speak.

I run 57 grains of H-4895 under my favorite 225 grain bullet, and 54 grains of the same juice under 250's.

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I have had very good results using the Whelen on elk and moose. I don't see the point of using it for deer, but it will kill them too. I use 250 gr. bullets almost exclusively, and really like how the Speer Grand Slam punches all the way through elk and moose to leave air in and blood out on both sides. That bullet is too tough for deer, but will kill them, it just takes longer than I like. A good 250 gr, bullet at 2500 fps will kill big stuff real dead from 1-250 yds or so. Works for me.


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Overkill on whitetails for sure but the 35 whelen is allowed in Mississippi primitive weapon season. Beats the hell out of a muzzle loader overkill or not.


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I have a 1:14 twist and am able to stabilize 250 grain Speer Hot-Cors with enough IMR-3031 to get just under 2500 fps. For me that is 50.0 grains. My Brother's rifle is a ruger and has a 1:16 twist and couldn't get 250s to stabilize so he went with 225 Partitions and is using IMR-4064 and I forget the charge but he's getting a smidge over 2700. I have a boat-load of 250 Speers but if I was starting new today I would either go with them or 225 Accubonds. Any of these bullets I would trust for anything in North America out to 250-300 yards.


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Overkill on whitetails for sure but the 35 whelen is allowed in Mississippi primitive weapon season. Beats the hell out of a muzzle loader overkill or not.


OK I understand your goal of shooting deer with a .35 W now. In that case a 200 gr. RN would be my choice, good expansion against thin skinned targets. I don't have experience with the 200 PSP from Hornady, it might b OK too.

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The 200 Hornady spitzer at about 2600+ does VERY well on whitetails as do the Nosler 225 Partition and the discontinued 225 Ballistic Tip at around 2600. Probably a bit of overkill but they don't go far, if at all, and they leave a blood trail like it was poured by a garden hose.



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I'm loading 200gr. Hornady SPs at approx. 2700 fps. for three Encores. They have worked very well for us so far. I've also used 225gr. TSXs on bear. This summer I'll be trying some loads with 225gr. BTs that I've bought. If they group well I'll use them in the 26in. barreled Pro-Hunter.


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I'm loading 200gr. Hornady SPs at approx. 2700 fps. for three Encores. They have worked very well for us so far. I've also used 225gr. TSXs on bear. This summer I'll be trying some loads with 225gr. BTs that I've bought. If they group well I'll use them in the 26in. barreled Pro-Hunter.



What powders do the encores seem to like? Any good benchmarks you have ID'd?

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RL=15 and Speer 250's @ 2500 will work for everything. I get the best accuracy with this combo and my rifle has a 1:16 twist.


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My pet load for the .35 Whelen is 60.4 gr. og RL15, Remington brass, Winchester WLR primer and the Barnes 225 gr. TSX bullet. Do start about two grains loawer and work up. Velocity in my rifle is 2710 FPS, accurcacy runs .50 to .75" and when that bullet and elk come together, the elk goes down like right now.
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Another MS whitetail hunter here. Just tested a couple of loads in my Whelen in a Handi-rifle. Using 225gr Sierra Gamekings and RL 15. Loaded a few at 59.5gr and a few at 60.0gr. The 59.5 gave me about 1-1.5 inch group and shot very smooth. The 60.0 gave me tremendously more recoil and barrel jump. Scope tapped me above the eye. Groups opened up slightly. Think I'll stick with the 59.5



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Used RL 15 in both loads. My shooting buddy was just as shocked as I was at the difference. We shoot a lot of magnum rifles and he laughed at how much that Whelen load knocked me around!



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I decided to buy dies. Local factory selection sucks and loads seem anemic. I have a ton of once fired brass.

I am looking for pet loads. I am shooting a factory TC Encore Pro Hunter 26" overall barrel length. Primary service will be Mississippi Whitetails and Hogs.

300 yard maximum intended range. 50 - 100 yard typical range.



I use 60 grains of Reloader 15 and a 225 grain bullet. Since Sierras are accurate and cheaper I shoot a lot of those. Three shots in an inch at 100 yards.

I have used 225gr Sierras, Nosler Partitions and Trophy Bonded Bearclaws. I also use the factory TBBC load when I use it for elk.

In my 22" barreled Mauser it gets right around 2600fps depending on the bullet. The Bearclaws get 2640fps.

I sight in 3.5" high at 100yards which gets me in about 8.5" low at 300 yards. Pretty much the same trajectory as a .308 Winchester shooting 180 grain bullets.

My longest shot so far is 220 yards lasered.

I tried the 200 grain bullets and wasn't impressed. They don't shoot anywhere close to the 225's and they seem wind sensitive.

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How deep are you guys seating your bullets? Especially you Encore guys. I measured a Max length of 3.391 to the Lands with my 200gn SP. .03 off of that (3.360) runs the bullet pretty shallow into the neck. Just curious what seems to be working for you guys.

I am a "try to maintain bullet diameter inside the neck" kinda guy. But I want accuracy and I have not run into this with my other rifles.

Please advise...


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I load for several Whelans. One particular M700 loves the 200gr Hornady at 3.250"

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The Whelen works so well on deer with a variety of bullets you will love it. The 200 gr. Hornady spire point is a fine deer bullet and 2700 fps is plenty of speed for what you want. I use H380 or H414 with all bullet weights nothing to snivel about.


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I'm using 58.6gr IMR 4064 with a Hornady 200gr Spire Points in the 2650 fps range. With the latest ammo and component shortage, I can't find 4064 in my area. I'm shopping for recipes right now, as I only have about 15 rounds or so for this year. RL 15 seems to have a lot of followers and I know I can get that locally.

I've shot two whitetails so far with my Whelen. First one was a running doe at about 25 yards. Caught her in the near shoulder as she was quartering away up a ridge. The bullet went through the shoulder, narrowly missed the spine and exited the far side of the neck taking out the jugular vein. She piled up dead about 40 yards past. There was a clear blood trail to follow.

I shot a buck last fall at about 40 yards shooting downward at an extreme angle. Took out the liver and exited the belly, He dropped like a rock. As I got off the ridge and started to track him, I saw him walking broadside about 15 yards from me. I fired one into the ribs and he was down for the count. That last shot hit a rib square on the far side leaving a 1.5X2 inch exit wound. Total elapsed time form first shot to kill shot was less than three minutes.

I was considering bumping up to a 250 gr load for everything from now on, but I have no intention to hunt anything larger than whitetails in the next five years, so I think I'll stick with what works.


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I just went up to 59 grns of Reloader 15 with 225 TXSs and got 2770 fps. I've never shot an elk with that bullet but did shoot one with a 225 GameKing about three years ago (used 58 grns of Re15) on that one. Bullet passed through the lungs but did not expand as much as I thought it should have.


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In a Rem 700 I have found no jacketed bullet loaded with RE7, RE15 Varget 748 or AA2015 to shoot UNACCEPTABLE groups, with 180s (2),200s (5) 225s (3). The Sierras were 5/8 MOA with Varget and under MOA with both Horn 250s. The task might be to find a poor load in 35 W. Reminds me of load work in the .222



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Same experience in any Whelens I have been around mid range powder, mid book loads and work up. Good accuracy, have shot several exceptional groups with the .35 Whelen. Whacks moose hard also! Like RL 15, IMR 4320 and others want to try RS Big Game as I have a lot of it.



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In a Rem 700 I have found no jacketed bullet loaded with RE7, RE15 Varget 748 or AA2015 to shoot UNACCEPTABLE groups, with 180s (2),200s (5) 225s (3). The Sierras were 5/8 MOA with Varget and under MOA with both Horn 250s. The task might be to find a poor load in 35 W. Reminds me of load work in the .222



I used AA-2015 BR and 225 gr. Partitions in an old Rem classic 35W 20 some odd years ago, helluva combo, and one of the most accurate hunting rifles I have ever owned.

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If you can find some try 2015 BR,RL-15 and/or IMR-3031.

I have used these and some others with bullets up to 250 grain.

As for deer at ranges found in MS give the old tried and true core-lok,the 200 grain will flip a whitetail at 80 yards.


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Get great results both accuracy and performance on game with 225gr. Sierra or Nosler and IMR 4064. I have some RL 15 but have yet to work up a load.


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Anybody ever try the 180 Barnes bullets in their Whelen?


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Don't see mention of H4895 much with the 35W....

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When loading a Barnes TSX, Tipped TSX or LRX bullet, your rifle may prefer a bullet jump of anywhere between .050” up to .250” or more. This distance off the lands (rifling), aka “jump” may be limited to the rifles throat length, magazine length and bullet length.

When selecting the cartridge overall length (COAL) we recommend starting with a minimum “jump” of .050” off of the lands. You can test different seating depths and find a “sweet spot” that your particular firearm prefers. We suggest working in at least .025” increments as follows seating the bullet deeper to allow a further jump. Your test plan could look something like this:

1st group- .050” jump
2nd group- .075” jump
3rd group- .100” jump
4th group- .125” jump
5th group- .150“ jump
6th group- * see below

This length can be determined by using a “Stoney Point Gauge” or other methods. You do not have to seat the bullet at, or on one of the cannelure rings. Remember there are many factors that may control or limit the seating depth for your application. You may find that you need to start at around 0.150” off the lands and are not able to get any closer due to limiting factors including proper neck tension and magazine length.

*In rifles that have long throats you may be limited on how close you are able to get the bullet to the lands. In these instances, it is not uncommon to find the best accuracy with a jump of .200” or more.

This jump may possibly stay the same regardless of powder or charge weight within a given rifle. If preferred accuracy is not obtained, we certainly recommend trying another powder, for the powder type and charge greatly affects the overall accuracy of each individual firearm.

FYI- An accurate load requires a bullet with the proper consistent case neck tension which leads to more constant pressures and velocities.

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Just out of curiosity, what did Barnes have to say?

I never heard back. I did use comparable data from multiple sources and cross referenced charge weights and bullet types with weights from 200 to 225g. From that I was able to make an educated guess of a safe start point for Varget and the 200g TTSX bt.

I set my COAL to 3.325 as the recommended length of 3.330 for the Barnes bullet was just about too long for the magazine.

I loaded from 54.5 to 57.3 grains in increments of .5 then .3. No pressure signs and every load extracted well. I could go heavier but at 57.3g of Varget I'm nearing compression.

Both 54.5 and 57.0 shot extremely well. The limiting factor for this rifle (rem 7600 carbine) is the trigger. But I have a Timney sear and spring kit that should solve that.

Next batch will be 57.0 and I'll back them out to 3.300 and move them in by 10 thou at a time and see what works best. And I'll run them over the chrony to see if I'm in the ball park for velocity. I'm hoping for at least 2600 fps. If not, I'll play with BL-C(2) next.

I like Varget because it seems to reach compression before max pressure. Not always great, but for this action that is desirable. I'm using Fed 210m primers. I might try again with 215m if the velocity is still lagging.

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Wt.BulletPowder ManufacturerPowderChargeVelocity (FPS)200Barnes TSX FBIMRIMR-4064Subscribe2647Remarks: minimum; COAL: 3.330" 200Barnes TSX FBIMRIMR-4064Subscribe2822Remarks: maximum; COAL: 3.330" 200Barnes TSX FBAlliantRL-15Subscribe2593Remarks: minimum; COAL: 3.330"; most accurate load 200Barnes TSX FBAlliantRL-15Subscribe2775Remarks: maximum; COAL: 3.330"; most accurate load 200Barnes TSX FBWinchesterW-748Subscribe2678Remarks: minimum; COAL: 3.330" 200Barnes TSX FBWinchesterW-748Subscribe2804Remarks: maximum; COAL: 3.330" 200Barnes TSX FBHodgdonH-4895Subscribe2595Remarks: minimum; COAL: 3.330" 200Barnes TSX FBHodgdonH-4895Subscribe2749Remarks: maximum; COAL: 3.330" 200Barnes TSX FBIMRIMR-4895Subscribe2629Remarks: minimum; COAL: 3.330" 200Barnes TSX FBIMRIMR-4895Subscribe2765Remarks: maximum; COAL: 3.330" 200Barnes TSX FBVihtavuoriVV-N140Subscribe2591Remarks: minimum; COAL: 3.330" 200Barnes TSX FBVihtavuoriVV-N140Subscribe2692Remarks: maximum; COAL: 3.330" 225Barnes TSX FBWinchesterW-748Subscribe2479Remarks: minimum; COAL: 3.340" 225Barnes TSX FBWinchesterW-748Subscribe2612Remarks: maximum; COAL: 3.340" 225Barnes TSX FBHodgdonH-4895Subscribe2445Remarks: minimum; COAL: 3.340" 225Barnes TSX FBHodgdonH-4895Subscribe2613Remarks: maximum; COAL: 3.340" 225Barnes TSX FBIMRIMR-4895Subscribe2400Remarks: minimum; COAL: 3.340" 225Barnes TSX FBIMRIMR-4895Subscribe2588Remarks: maximum; COAL: 3.340" 225Barnes TSX FBAccurateAAC-4064Subscribe2417Remarks: minimum; COAL: 3.340" 225Barnes TSX FBAccurateAAC-4064Subscribe2618Remarks: maximum; COAL: 3.340" 225Barnes TSX FBAccurateAAC-2460Subscribe2441Remarks: minimum; COAL: 3.340"; most accurate load 225Barnes TSX FBAccurateAAC-2460Subscribe2609Remarks: maximum; COAL: 3.340"; most accurate load 225Barnes TSX FBIMRIMR-4064Subscribe2534Remarks: minimum; COAL: 3.340" 225Barnes TSX FBIMRIMR-4064Subscribe2701Remarks: maximum; COAL: 3.340"
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180Barnes XFBAlliantRL-7Subscribe2,830
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180Barnes XFBAlliantRL-7Subscribe3,048
Remarks: maximum load; recommended powder
180Barnes XFBHodgdonH-4198Subscribe2,833
Remarks: recommended powder
180Barnes XFBHodgdonH-4198Subscribe3,051
Remarks: maximum load; recommended powder
180Barnes XFBHodgdonH-322Subscribe2,889
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180Barnes XFBHodgdonH-322Subscribe3,095
Remarks: maximum load
180Barnes XFBHodgdonBL-C(2)Subscribe2,834
Remarks:
180Barnes XFBHodgdonBL-C(2)Subscribe3,020
Remarks: maximum load
180Barnes XFBIMRIMR-4198Subscribe2,860
Remarks: recommended powder
180Barnes XFBIMRIMR-4198Subscribe3,089
Remarks: maximum load; recommended powder
180Barnes XFBIMRIMR-3031Subscribe2,846
Remarks:
180Barnes XFBIMRIMR-3031Subscribe3,049
Remarks: maximum load
180Barnes XFBIMRIMR-4064Subscribe2,805
Remarks:
180Barnes XFBIMRIMR-4064Subscribe3,005
Remarks: maximum load
200Barnes XFBAccurateXMR-2015Subscribe2,589
Remarks:
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Remarks: maximum load
200Barnes XFBAlliantRL-15Subscribe2,598
Remarks:
200Barnes XFBAlliantRL-15Subscribe2,777
Remarks: maximum load
200Barnes XFBHodgdonH-322Subscribe2,649
Remarks:
200Barnes XFBHodgdonH-322Subscribe2,845
Remarks: maximum load
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200Barnes XFBHodgdonBL-C(2)Subscribe2,778
Remarks: maximum load
200Barnes XFBHodgdonH-4895Subscribe2,555
Remarks:
200Barnes XFBHodgdonH-4895Subscribe2,748
Remarks: maximum load
200Barnes XFBIMRIMR-3031Subscribe2,603
Remarks:
200Barnes XFBIMRIMR-3031Subscribe2,799
Remarks: maximum load
200Barnes XFBIMRIMR-4895Subscribe2,521
Remarks:
200Barnes XFBIMRIMR-4895Subscribe2,713
Remarks: maximum load
200Barnes XFBIMRIMR-4064Subscribe2,543
Remarks:
200Barnes XFBIMRIMR-4064Subscribe2,731
Remarks: maximum load
225Barnes XFBAccurateAAC-2460Subscribe2,421
Remarks:
225Barnes XFBAccurateAAC-2460Subscribe2,615
Remarks: maximum load
225Barnes XFBAlliantRL-15Subscribe2,532
Remarks:
225Barnes XFBAlliantRL-15Subscribe2,713
Remarks: maximum load
225Barnes XFBHodgdonH-322Subscribe2,493
Remarks: recommended powder
225Barnes XFBHodgdonH-322Subscribe2,691
Remarks: maximum load; recommended powder
225Barnes XFBHodgdonBL-C(2)Subscribe2,468
Remarks:
225Barnes XFBHodgdonBL-C(2)Subscribe2,641
Remarks: maximum load
225Barnes XFBHodgdonH-4895Subscribe2,437
Remarks:
225Barnes XFBHodgdonH-4895Subscribe2,628
Remarks: maximum load
225Barnes XFBIMRIMR-3031Subscribe2,451
Remarks:
225Barnes XFBIMRIMR-3031Subscribe2,643
Remarks: maximum load
225Barnes XFBIMRIMR-4895Subscribe2,402
Remarks: recommended powder
225Barnes XFBIMRIMR-4895Subscribe2,594
Remarks: maximum load; recommended powder
225Barnes XFBIMRIMR-4064Subscribe2,404
Remarks: recommended powder
225Barnes XFBIMRIMR-4064Subscribe2,593
Remarks: maximum load; recommended powder
250Barnes XFB or SolidAccurateAAC-2460Subscribe2,312
Remarks:
250Barnes XFB or SolidAccurateAAC-2460Subscribe2,509
Remarks: maximum load
250Barnes XFB or SolidAlliantRL-15Subscribe2,397
Remarks: recommended powder
250Barnes XFB or SolidAlliantRL-15Subscribe2,578
Remarks: maximum load; recommended powder
250Barnes XFB or SolidHodgdonH-322Subscribe2,343
Remarks: recommended powder
250Barnes XFB or SolidHodgdonH-322Subscribe2,540
Remarks: maximum load; recommended powder
250Barnes XFB or SolidHodgdonBL-C(2)Subscribe2,411
Remarks:
250Barnes XFB or SolidHodgdonBL-C(2)Subscribe2,586
Remarks: maximum load
250Barnes XFB or SolidHodgdonH-4895Subscribe2,355
Remarks: recommended powder
250Barnes XFB or SolidHodgdonH-4895Subscribe2,547
Remarks: maximum load; recommended powder
250Barnes XFB or SolidIMRIMR-3031Subscribe2,293
Remarks:
250Barnes XFB or SolidIMRIMR-3031Subscribe2,484
Remarks: maximum load
250Barnes XFB or SolidIMRIMR-4895Subscribe2,296
Remarks:
250Barnes XFB or SolidIMRIMR-4895Subscribe2,487
Remarks: maximum load
250Barnes XFB or SolidIMRIMR-4064Subscribe2,322
Remarks:
250Barnes XFB or SolidIMRIMR-4064Subscribe2,508
Remarks: maximum load
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I calm down, moving a little, hubby offers to play push pull, try it completely relaxes, and on the contrary, I clamp the ring of the. Anus and try to pull out the rubber balls stuck inside the intestines, I will squeeze the sod, let go, I will put on, and so slowly pull and push, I begin to overtake our long assistant inside myself.

When the rubber balls were already at the exit and the hubby began to squeeze his anus, preventing a full exit from the anus, and on the contrary. I increased the pace up to 40 centimeters moving inside me, the buzz struck me again and shook, straining from the inside, at the end of my euphoric state, I pulled the rubber balls out of spouse's ass, his point is less tough, we just stretched him to the state of the neck of a three-liter can.

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