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  • Last Post 10 November 2015
R. Dupraz posted this 10 November 2015

Chamber Throats 101 Mike Bellm 

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billglaze posted this 10 November 2015

Where can it be found?  Gotta link of some kind? Sounds interesting and worthwhile.  Thanks. Bill

In theory, there's no difference between theory and practice. In practice, there is. My fate is not entirely in Gods hands, if I have a weapon in mine.

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R. Dupraz posted this 10 November 2015

Sorry, Should have also said just Google that title. Don't know how to transfer links from one site to another. Or........something like that.

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Ken Campbell Iowa posted this 10 November 2015

just     * copy *      the link and then     * paste *     it into a post here .... the forum software will know it is a link ...


hope this really works ( g ) ...


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Wineman posted this 10 November 2015

Try this. He also has an entire web page. Great stuff on what not to do.


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RicinYakima posted this 10 November 2015

This is the best research material you will ever buy, and I can not recommend it enough. It is out of print, but you can find it on the used market.

"Harold Vaughn in his book, Rifle Accuracy Facts, studied the effects of bullet “cant” extensively and verified that how the bullet enters the rifling has a very dramatic and predictable effect on accuracy. This is excellent reading by a foremost and nationally recognized ballistics scientist..... not a “magazine expert” who long ago sold his soul to magazine advertisers and can't tell the truth for fear of offending an advertiser."

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John Alexander posted this 10 November 2015

When Harold Vaughn's book came out instead of buying one I asked the local library to add it to there list so I could take a look before buying one.  They did and Ric is right is a great book.  However, then I had just read it and didn't get around to buying a copy.

Several years later I wanted to look something up in it and the library no longer had it. So I went to Amazon to buy one and the best price was $400.

The last time I looked it was $600. But they have gotten cheap since then.  You can get one for $475.

If you see one at a yard sale or estate sale, buy it. John

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R. Dupraz posted this 10 November 2015

Don't I know!      Reading the description, it went on my “right now list". But after doing a little searching, It immediately went into the “hoping to find a copy from some one who doesn't know what they have file." 

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