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Old February 4, 2013, 07:42 AM   #7
Bart B.
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If one looks at the results of one lot of ammo being used in all sorts of chamber dimensions and a wide spread of how far the bullet jumps into the lands, maybe they'll not be all that concerned. At the National Matches when a single lot of Lake City arsenal match ammo was issued, it would shoot under 6 inches all day long in good service rifles rebuilt with match grade barrels. To do that, the ammo has to shoot under 1/3 inch at 100 yards.
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