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Old March 17, 2013, 09:54 PM   #28
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Ammo used to be loaded a lot hotter in pre suefest days.
I'd sure like to see some citations or tangible evidence of all of the lawsuits having to do with over-pressure ammunition that folks have been flipping as a "reason" for years and years.

Much more likely is that serious advancement in actual pressure measuring well beyond the old copper crusher methods are employed today that give ballisticians real proof of what is happening with these loads than a lot of the black magic of the past.

History is a wonderful thing and it has gotten us where we are, but it's a lazy generalization to claim that everything was "great in the old days" and has been mucked up by lawyers today.
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