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Jump to the lands and pressure spikes

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Unread 12-10-2006, 09:50 AM
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Mule, No such a thing as "Old Wivies Tale".

... and they will explain how to calulate jam seating depth and the different type of bullet jamming and what can cause a pressure spike in a factory chamber,

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Not true.

A "Pressure spike" cannot be determined by any of what they say there - a "spike" can only be determined by a strain gauge and an oscilloscope... smokeless powder does NOT spike by the very nature of how it burns.

The rumors continue...
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    Re: Jump to the lands and pressure spikes

    Cat Shooter, spike in pressure is a common word used by alot of shooters and I know your trying to prove your point maybe I should of used increase in pressure or added pressure but I'm sure your better at playing the word game.
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    I'm not playing word games... you said spike, and it is not spike... that's not a word game.

    Maybe you should choose your words so you say what you mean. That way other newbees won't go on repeating the same errors over and over again.

    If you mis-call a car, a truck, don't expect the world to agree with you, and don't be childish and surly when you get called on it.
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    Unread 12-13-2006, 11:32 AM
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    Re: Jump to the lands and pressure spikes

    Mule, the only problem you may need to watch when seating much less than one caliber into the neck for a hunting load and jamming into the lands is sticking the bullet in the barrel when you eject a loaded round with your bolt and not firing the round. If you have ever dump a load of powder into your action, it is quite a mess to clean up.
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    Re: Jump to the lands and pressure spikes

    And the bullet itself will be stuck in your barrel. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/blush.gif[/img]


    Hope you are prepared with a cleaning rod in your back pack so when the herd of antelope circles on back and the buck stops broadside at 686 yards you will have your barrel cleared and be able to kill him. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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