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Old September 11, 2012, 06:58 AM   #48
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There are some real eye openers in that data to be sure.

The Cor Bon 110 gr DPX load for instance. That's a very popular load (based on postings here and elsewhere).
Again - I go back to what I said earlier.
Based on your real world results, how in the world can you begin to expect any consistant results when one shot clocks @931 fps and another shot clocks in @ 1149 fps.?
That's a whopping 218 fps. swing from one shot to the next.

It really makes you wonder how many real world failures to stop are caused by, what amounts to, faulty ammunition, then blamed on something like poor placement or an act of God or something.

My hat's off to you for going to the trouble and expense to compile that information.
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