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Post by Gary Wells on Sat Apr 29, 2017 3:32 am

04-24-17 185 Gr Magnus SWCHP box 1:
 
Column--------1----------------2---------------3----------------4----------------5------------
01) ----------184.5----------184.6----------184.6----------184.5----------184.8----------
02) ----------184.6----------184.7----------184.8----------184.7----------184.8----------
03) ----------184.7----------184.9----------184.7----------184.5----------184.8----------
04) ----------184.6----------184.6----------184.8----------184.8----------184.6----------
05) ----------184.6----------184.5----------184.6----------184.6----------184.5----------.
06) ----------184.8----------184.6----------184.6----------184.9----------184.6----------
07) ----------184.8----------184.6----------184.8----------184.8----------184.8----------
08) ----------184.5----------184.7----------184.7----------184.7----------184.8----------
09) ----------184.7-----------184.7----------184.8-----------184.8----------184.8-----------
10) ----------184.6-----------184.8----------184.8-----------184.7---------184.7----------  
Total---------1846.4--------1846.5--------1847.2---------1847.1-------1847.2------9234
Average ----184.64---------184.65--------184.18---------184.71-------184.73------9235
Hghst-------184.8----------184.9----------184.8-----------184.9--------184.8-------924.2
Lowst ------184.5----------184.5----------184.6-----------184.5--------184.5-------922.6
Differ-------0.3-------------0.4-------------0.2--------.------0.4-------------0.3--------1.6   
Dispersion:  (184.5-184.9=0.5)
                                                                                                                 
184.5: (06) XXXXXX
184.6: (14) XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
184.7: (11) XXXXXXXXXXX
184.8: (17) XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
184.9: (02) XX        


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Post by zanemoseley on Sat Apr 29, 2017 1:17 pm

That's a lot better than I've seen with some match jacketed rifle bullets. Terry indeed does it right.

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Post by jglenn21 on Sat Apr 29, 2017 1:26 pm

His cast bullets are darn good too but those HPs  will surprise you at 50.
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Re: Some of Terry's good stuff:

Post by Gary Wells on Sat Apr 29, 2017 5:35 pm

I apologize for the non-linear line up I don't know what caused that.

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Post by Magload on Sat Apr 29, 2017 6:57 pm

Np Gary for some reason it happens to me on here also.  I will work hard to get it right and it will post like yours did.  I sent a gun picture right side up and it posted upside down.  Don
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Post by Sc0 on Sat Apr 29, 2017 9:44 pm

Cast or swaged?

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Re: Some of Terry's good stuff:

Post by Gary Wells on Sat Apr 29, 2017 10:02 pm

Swaged, Sir. The only cast bullet maker that i know of that can hold close to that total dispersion is Penn bullets, who advertises a max of 7 tenths of a grain.


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Post by expendable on Sun Apr 30, 2017 12:04 am

Gary Wells wrote:Swaged, Sir. The only bullet maker that i know of that can hold close to that total dispersion is Penn bullets advertises a max of 7 tenths of a grain.

I would guess that Zero would as well

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Re: Some of Terry's good stuff:

Post by Gary Wells on Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:21 am

expendable wrote:
Gary Wells wrote:Swaged, Sir. The only bullet maker that i know of that can hold close to that total dispersion is Penn bullets advertises a max of 7 tenths of a grain.

I would guess that Zero would as well

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Oops, my bad. My apologies & many thanks for the correction, Sir.
That should have read "the only CAST bullet maker............"
The Zero's that are swaged should hold about the same total dispersion as that of Magnus's swaged bullets.

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Post by chopper on Sun Apr 30, 2017 11:54 pm

I like Terrys swaged 185s also, I don't have the excessive lube buildup on my seating or crimp dies either. They are very uniform in weight, randomly picked 10 out of a box of 500 and and  all 10 were 185.0 on my electronic scale.
  I just got 2500 from him, the best part is he's always answered the phone and taken my order. One nice guy, will answer any of my questions, and he's a shooter, a real good competitor.
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Post by bdas on Tue May 02, 2017 5:46 pm

Gary Wells wrote:I apologize for the non-linear line up I don't know what caused that.
Try changing the font to a fixed-width font, like Courier New
When posting, in the toolbar above the edit window, select/highlight the text you want to modify, and use the plain blue A to change the font (not the blue A with the up-down arrow, that changes the font size; and not the blue A with the red & white dot on it, that removes formatting).

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