Re: Question about ogive
The reason for varying lengths is the comparator doesnt measure at the exact point where the bullet will touch the lands, it is slightly smaller. And since the nose profiles for the three different bullets you measured are different, you will get a different measurement because it measures off of a different point on each bullet. If the comparator measured exactly where the bullet contacted the rifling then all your measurements would be the same. If that doesnt make sense maybe someone else can explain it better.
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