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in a Winchester white box case, pull the bullet, so you don't have to bother setting up to size,use the existing primer. do this 5x, run them across the chrono, 11.5" barrrel. 2600 fps is GUARANTEED, 2700 fps possible, depending upon the barrel.
 

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THAT'S how you find OUT, lames, not just reading bs by other lames just like you.
 

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whatever you say ************.

Those roids from gettin butt slammed in the pen heal up yet?
 

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So what happened to your 10 inch barrel? When your proved wrong with a 11.5 inch barrel are you going to move to a 14.5 inch barrel next? Until your proven wrong there?
 

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And teh tales and lies keep changing.

What place did he finish at teh worls championships when I was in Jr High again?
1st, 3rd, 19th, 37th, 11th? It seems to keep changing.
 

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andy said:
in a Winchester white box case, pull the bullet, so you don't have to bother setting up to size,use the existing primer. do this 5x, run them across the chrono, 11.5" barrrel. 2600 fps is GUARANTEED, 2700 fps possible, depending upon the barrel.
Pull the bullet? Stupekid you do that and when you seat the new bullet it won't hold in the case when chambered. It will be pushed deeper into the cartridge setting up very high pressures.

You don't know shit, do you gunkid?

And if your 'claims' were true, you would post a link to other sites that have done such (cause you are such a pussy and coward you would not do it yourself.) But you CAN'T can you?

Lame.
 

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Not with out going back to prison.

Alother series of posts to send to Mike Fisher.

Merry Christmas cowardstupe.
 

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andy said:
in a Winchester white box case, pull the bullet, so you don't have to bother setting up to size,use the existing primer. do this 5x, run them across the chrono, 11.5" barrrel. 2600 fps is GUARANTEED, 2700 fps possible, depending upon the barrel.
Could you just pick one lie about your short barrel 223 bullet velocity claims and stick to it?

It used to be:
27.5 grs AA2520= 60grs, 2800 fps, 11" barrel 223.
and it used to be
Pull the bullets from Win White box 55 gr ball.Put in 27grs of AA2520,seat a 60 gr Nosler partition on it, fire thru a decent 11" barrel, and look at what's displayed on the screen,in warm weather, it will say 2800+ fps.
http://www.armslocker.com/forums/showthread.php?t=29887

and here AGAIN less than a month ago it was an 11" barrel. What barrel do you have 10", 11" 11.5"
http://www.armslocker.com/forums/showthread.php?t=29968

here is was 2800fps
FACT is, 11" 223 safely gets [email protected] fps
on a chrono, any time you care to try it, 27 grs of AA2520.
http://www.armslocker.com/forums/showthread.php?t=27718

here is was 2700fps
60 grs, 2700 fps, 11" 223, aint hard to
get. 26.o-27.0 grs of AA2520
http://www.armslocker.com/forums/showthread.php?t=26760


Here it was 27-2800 fps
the fact remains that if u put 27.0.27.5 grs of AA2520 under a 60 gr V max, in a Winchester White box case (factory primer) and 11.5" barrel gets 2700-2800 fps
http://www.armslocker.com/forums/showthread.php?t=28136



Photo of 27grs AA2520 in a Winchester case. There's not much space left is there?
 

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GunKid has told so many lies it is impossible for him to keep them straight.
 

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I will make you all a bet -- NUTTY JOHN never comes back to this thread!
 

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Before you graduate up to a 14.5 inch barrel, I'll post my figures again. Oh ya gunkid there was a fresh battery in my chrony.

Out of my 14.5" Armalite M15A2 I chronoed the following;


Swiss GP 90, 62 grain FMJ: average MV 2746.8 & 2734.4 FPS

Cdn C77 Ball, 62 grain FMJ: average MV 2779.9 & 2846.7 FPS

Speer 62 grain FMJBT, 24.5 grains IMR 4895: 2647.1 & 2659.5 FPS

Hornady 68 grain BTHP Match, 24.5 grains IMR 4895: 2616.7 & 2605.5 FPS

Sierra 69 grain HPBT Match, 24.5 grains IMR 4895: 2586.8 & 2578.6 FPS

Remington 55 grain MC: 2856.2 FPS

Please detail your load data, cartridge case, primer, propellant, OAL, etc and the date you chronoed them. Or are you too lazy, inept, stupid and cheap to do it??
 

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Interesting info found while surfing
 

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