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Old November 14, 2017, 10:41 PM   #26
Roadkill2228
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I've also found that some of the indicators aren't always accurate or dependable. For example, there wasn't a load I could fire, factory or handload, in that .300, which did not show shiny extractor marks on brass, even with nice rounded primers and appropriate chronographed velocities along with good brass life. Go figure. Have yet to see a spot that shiny on my .270 brass even though I once blew out the primer in that gun too. Goes to show, every rifle is different, you've got to look at more than one indicator and at the end of the day nothing beats a chronograph to tell the truth!
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