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.280 AI controversy explained ...

 
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Old 08-07-2013, 04:45 AM
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Re: .280 AI controversy explained ...

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3*$10=$30 - $5 = $25 + $2 (thE bell hop kept) + $1 + $1 + $1 (that each go back) = $30.

Answer is there isn't a dollar missing. They got ripped off by the bell hop, since they should have only paid $8.33 each for the room, so the "dollar that's missing" is in the bell hop's possession.

Just a misleading question.... Regarding your leading statement of 3*$9=$27. Which is math stoically correct, but not as it pertains to this math problem.

Or to put it more simply: $30-$5=$25+$3=$28+$2=$30 so no dollar is missing.
So the bell hop ripped off the saami spec by .014 as well ? Sound feasible.
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Old 08-07-2013, 06:26 AM
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Re: .280 AI controversy explained ...

Well last night she told me my cartridge is longer than your cartridge. LOL
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Re: .280 AI controversy explained ...

A very Sage Gunsmith gave me some advice long ago about giving to much information And I haven't listened.

I think this post has reached that point. To Much Information.

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Well last night she told me my cartridge is longer than your cartridge. LOL
Not sure if it's a good thing when she's comparing your cartridge to another's ... just saying.
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Re: .280 AI controversy explained ...

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A very Sage Gunsmith gave me some advice long ago about giving to much information And I haven't listened.

I think this post has reached that point. To Much Information.

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Agreed...Some are longer, some are 0.014" shorter......I say, PO or SAAMI....crush-fit & fire-form away!

Either way, this conversation has reached a level in which it cannot recover from, because the KNOWN FACT still remains that there is a 0.014" difference in the Parker Otto Ackley version, and the Nosler/SAAMI spec version.
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Old 08-07-2013, 09:02 AM
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Re: .280 AI controversy explained ...

I know I am not the first and not bragging that mine is longer just saying what she said LOL: ). She also said I had a good load and knew how to use it.
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Re: .280 AI controversy explained ...

All I know is that when mine is fully expanded it is longer than the accepted version

It's just getting to the fully expanded condition in the older models that is the problem
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