The World’s most accurate bullet… new bullet design

Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by schwabdog, Jul 22, 2012.

  1. schwabdog

    schwabdog Well-Known Member

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    Firs of what do you think about My new bullet dishing ^^
    I’ve had this I dear of years, and now made a rough sketch up of what I think would be a very accrete bullet.
    What it is.. Is a Hornady SST modified whit a plastic end (RED) boat tail?
    Dose this bullet even exist?? Owsley NOT by Hornady….
    I’m thinking such a bullet would be very accurate at long range. d(-_*)b
     
  2. Korhil78

    Korhil78 Well-Known Member

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    Haha..did you have to use the second sheet of paper to finish the rear tip because you start too low on the first sheet? I can believe you actually took the time to draw that haha. Was good for a morning laugh though.
     

  3. backwoods83

    backwoods83 Well-Known Member

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    Yep that thing would fly awesome, just like a rock as soon as the exiting muzzle blast caused it to tumble worse than me trying to ski!
     
  4. ZSteinle

    ZSteinle Well-Known Member

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    You should give hornady a call, i believe they are looking for a new ballistician and from what i have seen here you would be a shoe in!
     
  5. Lefty7mmstw

    Lefty7mmstw Well-Known Member

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    Just wondering, are both ends going to be soft points for those of us who are having a tough time with the pointy end not going up thing???:cool::D
    lead wire meet beveled copper tubing, controlled squish, and voilla, double ended soft-point.
     
  6. barnesuser28

    barnesuser28 Well-Known Member

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    I think this should probably be in the humor section. :D
     
  7. LouBoyd

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    It might be wise to make some prototypes and shoot them before proclaiming they're the world's most accurate bullet. Winning a bunch of sanctioned 1000 yard benchrest matches would make some believers. A sketch won't.
     
  8. schwabdog

    schwabdog Well-Known Member

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    cheers....made my day to :D
     
  9. schwabdog

    schwabdog Well-Known Member

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    No_no_NO.. You don’t get it, you see the muzzle would have to be redesigned… so that it opens S_L_O_W_L_Y like a funnel…. Now it will make much more sense Hamm YES..
     
  10. schwabdog

    schwabdog Well-Known Member

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    I actually will THANKS
     
  11. schwabdog

    schwabdog Well-Known Member

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    Yes SiR..
    Equal and poised is what works.lightbulb
    The back end. I’m not sure yet what it will be made of plastic oR a copper jacket..
     
  12. schwabdog

    schwabdog Well-Known Member

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    Working of it SiR:)
    Need someone to make some for me :rolleyes:
     
  13. Mikecr

    Mikecr Well-Known Member

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    You need your dad to help you pick another 2nd grade project..
     
  14. Augustus

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    Sir, I happen to have a bunch of bullets similar to the one you have drawn. They are made by a gentleman from Germany. His name is Lutz Moeller and he sold me 300 copies of these pcs of sh---, I had a rifle built per his suggestions and the bullets tumbled at all velocities. Send me your address and I will mail you one of them.

    Google Viking 375 bullets and you can read all about it. The Viking is a monument to the failures of computer designed projectiles.