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Polygonal rifled barrels and monometal bullets????

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Unread 01-16-2004, 09:23 PM
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Re: Polygonal rifled barrels and monometal bullets????

Also, it was way small too. In don't remember exactly how far but it sticks in my mind the minor ID of the rifling on the one I did was .2988 or something like that. I thought something was wrong at first.
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    Unread 01-17-2004, 03:51 PM
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    Re: Polygonal rifled barrels and monometal bullets????

    If they were that inaccurate I don't think that HK would use it in the PSG1, SOCOM pistols and I don't think Tactical Ordinance would use it in there sniper rifles.
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    Re: Polygonal rifled barrels and monometal bullets????

    Are there any standards w/regard to polygonal rifling? Male, female, rounded lands, flats, octagonal, 6flats, tight, loose, hammered, puttoned, for handguns, for rifles?
    I have a Schneider poly(buttoned) that looks as described above, like std 6 lands, only with rounded edges. Gary told me that it would measure the same internal dimensions as any other barrel. I haven't used it yet(bought it for an experiment).
    Now, when I was looking around for one, an interesting observation was that ; any maker who offered one, claimed to be the only maker to ever offer them! Like they fail to recognize another makers rifling as polygonal, by their definition.
    All I know is that it doesn't look like the rifling in a glock. I can find no other pictures of polygonal.
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