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Old February 24, 2013, 08:56 PM   #41
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I keep coming back to Brian's argument, and can't really find any fault with it - if you have a procedure or piece of equipment that's legal for use in competitive shooting, but no one at the highest echelon of the sport is using it, that's pretty telling.

The only counterargument I could think of would be if there's something else that the competitors are doing/using that would obviate the need for crimping, but I can't think of what that would be
The proponents of the theory of increased accuracy of the lee crimp die are really following the “texas sharpshooter fallacy” People see patterns where none exist and we are seeing an example of advertizing induced behavior.
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