Ballistics by the inch

Getting through it.

Madness. It was madness to think we could get all of this done.

I’m talking about doing over 6,000 rounds for the gap testing, then chop tests on three other cartridges, along with some associated 30 “real world guns” all in a week. We’ll probably get the gap testing done, but that will likely be all.

Still, we’ve got 2,500 rounds done already, and some interesting information is emerging. More later when I’ve had a chance to catch my breath – been something of a marathon.

Jim Downey

(Cross posted to my personal blog.)

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May 3, 2011 - Posted by | Anecdotes, Data, General Procedures

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