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Old January 9, 2013, 06:49 PM   #1
Newton24b
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forcing cone stress

heres my question, i know its not the most practical thing but, in articles concerning the old reverse loaded hollowbase bullet, its claimed that the reverse loaded hollowbase wadcutter will create to much pressure on the FORCING CONE and over time cause so much stress upon the gun, that the forcing cone will fail, and some how blow out the barrel.

now, if the reverse loaded hollowbase wadcutter has teh same profile as a regular loaded wadcutter, why doesnt the regular loaded, or double ended wadcutter, destroy the gun?
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