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Old May 25, 2012, 12:33 PM   #6
dahermit
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The "bore riding" part of the bullet has more/just as much influence on accuracy than the bullet/groove diameter does. Cast a bullet or two, and see how the bore riding part of the bullet fits into the muzzel of your gun. It should require slight pressure to go in as far as the first band on the bullet. Do some reading at the Cast Lead Bullet Association's website.
http://www.castbulletassoc.org/index.shtml
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