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Old September 10, 2012, 01:32 PM   #22
Slamfire
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WHEN IT WAS DONE IN CONJUNCTION WITH BULLETS THAT HAD BEEN COATED WITH TIN AND WHICH WERE WELDED INTO THE CASE NECK.
You are going to need to provide more of an explaination on how that makes a difference to a bore obstruction.



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A bolt action mechanism takes the ENTIRE pressure cycle without movement.
Ignoring dynamics and the lug, barrel, receiver response to strain, this is essentially correct.
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A semi-automatic does not.

Thus their reaction to the pressure cycle is different and it cannot be said that if something happens in one system, it will happen in the other.
This is very general, and based on the general statement I disagree. The same laws of physics apply to all actions. Load is load, pressure is pressure, strain is strain, there are differences in speed of unlock, there are tremendous differences in the mechanisms of manual, revolver, gas and recoil operated actions but they all operate using the same laws of physics.
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