Originally Posted by liltank
Thanks JE, but what about my flier and the other questions stated?
Primer pockets should be snug so the don't leak @ firing. They will seal but any movement can effect your load quality.
I would do the test this way. First fire a round and push a patch through the barrel (Dry)
Then repeat the process in a short time so the barrel begins to warm up. Have a target on
the bench with you and plot each shot as you fire them and number them.
After 4 or 5 rounds you should see which ones are the fliers. The use of a chrony is
recommended for the test.
With the target and the chronograph this is what you should find = If the first few shots
group well and the 3,4 or 5Th shot is a flier Then it is probably the stock to barreled action
fit. Bedding, action screw torque, tip pressure ,ETC.
If the fliers are random the chronograph will help determine if it is a load problem with the
And in my case sometimes I just have a bad day but this process tells me when even if I
don't recognize it at first.
I hope this helps because it can be frustrating.
J E CUSTOM