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Do I need to neck turn?

 
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Old 06-21-2013, 03:55 PM
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Anyway, this was a total hijack of OP's thread, and I should have stayed out of it.
So say I for the most part. Maybe others, too.
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Old 06-21-2013, 04:18 PM
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Re: Do I need to neck turn?

What this has turned into...

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Old 06-22-2013, 10:38 AM
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Re: Do I need to neck turn?

I for one appreciate a detailed discussion. All food for thought.

What's the matter guys? Don't we have enough other forums and threads about why the bolt is hard to close or what's wrong with my groups basic BS?

You should always read and try to comprehend what Mikecr is posting cause he is way ahead of most of us. Phorwath, AZShooter, boomtube and others all add very educating posts. Bart BS makes a damn good foil and has a lot of info.

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Bart BS makes a damn good foil and has a lot of info.
"Bart BS?" Is that an invite to make snide remarks about you, Mr. Woods? Or maybe just make a mockery out of you and all you believe in. I thought such things were beneath your position in life. But instead it's made me think you're the "foil" extraordinaire personified. Maybe you should not post any more comments about all this until you are at least 10 years old; maybe even 15.

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Re: Do I need to neck turn?

it has been proven that with only the primer ignited and before the powder lights the bullet is already moving, that is why the small primer is used in Benchrest (205 Federal shoots better because it don't move the bullet) very little flame.
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Re: Do I need to neck turn?

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it has been proven that with only the primer ignited and before the powder lights the bullet is already moving, that is why the small primer is used in Benchrest (205 Federal shoots better because it don't move the bullet) very little flame.
My personal experience in this area is zero. I understand a small primer has a smaller flame, but your post makes me wonder if all Benchrest primers have a smaller flame or are they only made so the flame is more consistently the same. Any thoughts on this?
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Old 06-22-2013, 06:41 PM
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Re: Do I need to neck turn?

I think it was in the magazine Precision Shooting Primer, where they had pics of the flame fired through a very short like 2" barrel. It was very telling how much flame certain primers have. If I can find the article I'll try to post if interested.
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