That link leads to Denton Bramwell type information.
He is a strain gauge / saami pressure for strong rifles person.
If that is what you are, stop reading what I am writing.
He and I are both electrical engineers.
He is a "do it per procedures" type and I am a "get 'r done" type.
In this pic I have uploaded, one can see I have measured the threshold of extractor groove expansion in .308 cases.
If you think I need more resolution than a dial caliper, stop reading what I am writing.
Per Vernon Speer in 1956, when one finds the threshold of brass change, one should back off 6% powder charge for the max load.
I have found that with Hodgdon extreme powders and my own rifle, I can back off 4% powder charge and I have safety margin for long brass life over a range of variables including; temp, brass volume, powder throw variation, primer variation, dirty chamber variation, bullet seating variation, ect.
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"Ad hominem fallacy" is not the same as point by point criticism of books. If you bought the book, and believe it all, it may FEEL like an ad hominem attack, but you might strive to accept other points of view may exist.
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