Base pour copy of Eagan MX2-30-H
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- Last Post 28 February 2015
Loosening the the front band on the old Krag helped some. I don't know a thing about powder coating.
You talked me into buying this one. I wonder if Powder Coating will prevent that single stray flier?
Then there's the BC to consider. What I personally like most about it is the different sizes available. So, to the fellow who wouldn't sell me the cherry for the .303 version, I still got what I wanted!
It'll shoot like this out of a soon to be 120yr old rifle! If I'd loaded more, I imagine it would have kept putting them in there. Imagine what it might do in a good benchrest rifle, or don't imagine, check old issues of the Fouling Shot. The CG of the bullet isn't nose heavy like a lot of cast bullet designs are. I don't know what you're trying to fit it in, a bit of bump on the ogive and front driving band makes it fit my K31, which has a 7.47mm bore.
Another one to add to my “does not work or fit perfectly” pile of molds. What advantage does this bullet have over any other good fitting bore rider.
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