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6.5 Sherman Short and the 160 Matrix.

 
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Old 07-16-2013, 08:32 PM
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Re: 6.5 Sherman Short and the 160 Matrix.

I too would like to know more about this particular annealing process.


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Old 07-17-2013, 12:11 AM
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Re: 6.5 Sherman Short and the 160 Matrix.

I think he just spun them with the drill red neck style in front of a torch for a 10 count with just the the tip part out of the holder. We'll come up with a more precise way to do a bunch of them and post it.
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Re: 6.5 Sherman Short and the 160 Matrix.

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i too would like to know more about this particular annealing process.


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i haven't done the process with the matrix but i do a lot of bullet bonding experience with a torch and i would be very careful not to melt the lead! I think when i try it, i will submerge them in water leaving less than 1/4" sticking out and heat them to cherry red......rich
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