Tuning up junk remmy ammo?
I picked up a couple boxes of remmy factory 6.8SPC 115gr. otm yesterday. I got it mainly because is was on sale and I just wanted the brass. The remmy ammo is supposed to have pretty lousy accuracy, but ok brass(I'd tell you how it shot, but my barrel delivery got pushed back to next week) I don't shoot much factory ammo anymore, so this may be more common than I think. But upon inspection, most of the bullet tips aren't very square. The hollow pt. is round, but the cross section is off. I thought I might take a file and square the tips a little, but I'm just not sure if it'll make a difference. I thought that it might be the reason that the remmy ammo isn't very good. I know it's going to take some range time to figure it out for sure, but I was wondering if anyone could shed a little light on the subject for me while I wait.
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