March 5, 2015 at 1:32 pm #220965ronin001Participantquote Johnnelson:
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Nomadic Pirate on the GTA forumMarch 8, 2015 at 12:14 am #221221nomadic-pirateParticipantquote Nomadic Pirate:
I was frigging Right !!!!!! ……again 😈 😈 :biggrinn: :biggrinn: :biggrinn: :biggrinn:March 10, 2015 at 3:03 am #221443raven223Participant
I took a mic to Pyramyd’s high dollar nosler bullet for the Bulldog and it measured 0.3565 at the ridges. I have 2 bullet molds and a sizing die set coming for .356. I’ll cast some and let you know how they work. Also this thing is loud as hell. It sounded like a 9mm pistol going off so I’m working on quieting that down. The baffle less shroud is meh.. at best.March 10, 2015 at 3:56 am #221450nomadic-pirateParticipant
Are you gonna size your bullets at .356 ?
Very interested to see what accuracy you’ll get out of them.
Pretty loud right ?
that was my 1st impression too, but I have to say that she seem quieter after a week of shooting.March 10, 2015 at 1:35 pm #221461ronin001Participantquote raven223:
What are you using to measure to get down to the 10,000th?
If thats correct measurment of the Nosler ridges I bet the just ride the Lands of the barrel. They made those Noslers with a Concave bottom which will act like a skirt and flare out into the grooves.March 10, 2015 at 10:10 pm #221496raven223Participantquote RONIN001:
Gotta love government issue micrometers. I have yet to recover one of those noslers that wasn’t beat to hell. I haven’t anything that will stop it without abusing it so I can’t verify if those small concave flare out under pressure. As for sizing (once the casting equipment I ordered arrive) I’ll size them to .356. If that sucks I’ll end up buying a .357 die and see how that works.
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