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4595 Compensator and a Scope
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Author:  George Taylor [ Sun Feb 12, 2017 10:04 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 4595 Compensator and a Scope

So I took out my calipers and started measuring bullet diameters on 9mm because I have several brands on the bench. Wolf polyformance came in the smallest at .351. Silver Bear and Remington UMC both came in at .352. Some old Pakistani NATO measured at almost .353 (.3525 by eye). Keep in mind that I'm not removing the bullets from the case, so the numbers are only representative of unseated portion. Is a standard of deviation of .0015 enough to change long distance trajectory? Shot out of a handgun at 5 yards we might not notice. Launched from a carbine barrel at 50 yards? I'm no expert but that NATO round is bound to punch tighter groups than the Wolf Poly. Don't get me wrong, the Wolf is great for what I paid. It's perfect for making noise and chasing soup cans.

Author:  jasonsch [ Mon Feb 13, 2017 11:00 am ]
Post subject:  Re: 4595 Compensator and a Scope

Cornhusker wrote:
Not to taunt, but it's to be 64 here today and 71 tomorrow :mrgreen:

After all my complaining - we had a near 60° day this weekend!! :great:
Melt snow, melt!!

And George, I haven't got around to doing what you suggested yet - But I will!!

Author:  Cornhusker [ Mon Feb 13, 2017 4:11 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 4595 Compensator and a Scope

jasonsch wrote:
Cornhusker wrote:
Not to taunt, but it's to be 64 here today and 71 tomorrow :mrgreen:

After all my complaining - we had a near 60° day this weekend!! :great:
Melt snow, melt!!

And George, I haven't got around to doing what you suggested yet - But I will!!

:great:

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