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Old January 11, 2011, 07:01 PM   #3
Biff Tannen
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Join Date: December 15, 2010
Location: Hill Valley
Posts: 264
Good advice... Sounds like what you are saying is, utilize any credible ballistics as a guideline, until I can test it out with my particular setup. Similar to a science experiment, where you have a control group and an experiment group, use the ballistics as the control group, and my gun as the experimental group.
Also, I agree with the logic of your philosophy when you say "consider the 2" barrel ballistics and be happy if you actually got any real increase." Good thinking!
PS- Appreciate the link!
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