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Old December 2, 2019, 08:20 AM   #29
zeke
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Am still considering the use of a chronograph one of the most important safety measures available for loading higher pressure rounds. Is it as accurate/precise as more expensive methods, not likely. But if you are getting velocity's higher out side what you are expecting, you are forewarned. It gives a cheap method for checking the effects of differing powder lots, as learned from using RL-22 years ago. Also as a method for checking hand loading practices, as learned from not having enough case neck tension with pistol rounds.
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