Thread: SWC's vs. RN
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Old May 4, 2011, 06:23 AM   #8
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Then, it's possible the slightly larger swc hole could matter.
If the match is held in the rain, for example, and the cardboard targets are wet, the RN hole could close up a bit more than the SWC hole.
In USPSA, which was the original question, if you shoot a .45 bullet, then a .45 diameter is scored and an overlay can be used if there is a question, then RN vs SWC does not matter.
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