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Old April 16, 2012, 03:02 PM   #37
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Was that 'tong in cheek'????
If not, you've got way too much time on your hands.
Please report your results.

For now I'm going to continue watching the weather channel.... I get a kick out of how they butcher little towns' names. Or I could punch out some primers.
No, 'twasn't toungue in cheek.
Never underestimate the OCD-level attention to detail of serious bench rest guys...... though to hear them discuss internal ballistics reminds me of reading about medieval Church Scholars debating how many Angels could dance upon the head of a pin.....

IM(comparatively limited)E, ball powders meter better, but are more prone to muzzle velocity variations with temperature change..... the load you are hunting with on Opening Day in November does not act like the one you worked up and sighted in with in August ...... even though you developed and loaded it out of the same components at the same time..... using a magnum primer mitigated this somewhat, but I moved on and found better loads with extruded powders......
TheGolden Rule of Tool Use: "If you don't know what you are doing, DON'T."
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