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When There's Lead in the Air, There's Hope in the Heart
just curious why this is worth so much $
Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.
Perhaps, but reading his post again, I still can't decide... mmm, maybe you're right, my dectector has been a little wonky lately. I bought these two girls drinks the other night, and it turns out they were lesbians, because neither seemed to like me. You'd think I would have picked up on that too.
Buy a lot of stuff, you're a good citizen!But if you don't buy a lot of stuff, if you don't, what are you then, I ask you? What? Mentally ill. Fact, Jim, fact -- if you don't buy things -- toilet paper, new cars, computerized yo-yos, electrically-operated sexual devices, stereo systems with brain-implanted headphones, screwdrivers with miniature built-in radar devices, voice-activated computers...
It depends on the AR-15/M-16 series as it relates to bullet weight. I cannot speak to specific experience with current PMC’s version of M-855 62gr round with penetrator, however, std M-855 or SS-107 was intended with 1/7 twist barrels and it is OK with 1/9 twist.
As for 55gr FMJ, usually copper jacketed, lead core also known as M-193, it is intended for the original 1960s 1/12 twist barrels . It is generally OK with 1/9 as well
If you mix the groups, say M-855 or SS-109 in a 1/12 twist barrel, accuracy goes right in the toilet and it unsatisfying and a waste of ammunition. I tried it once and I stopped. No fun with a 1/12 twist “shotgun” at 300 yards
Hope this helps. With 5.56mm bullet type/weigh and barrel twist is a huge accuracy factor
still dont get it...cheap stuff does the same