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Got it, only reason I asked is because I have seen factory loads look similar to this due to carbine gas system over gassing due to gas port being too large and unlocking too early but no ejector...
Pressure needs to drop, allowing brass to spring back before extraction begins, to avoid rim damage. The case body is showing high pressure. Would look same in a bolt action. No spring back of...
Could this also be due to a poorly tuned gas system unlocking too early under higher than designed pressure, in the absence of other pressure signs?
Fabulous condition for a prized classic Thanks for sharing
A test for a Smith and Wesson revolver, model 28, 357 mag., may work on other guns also<> Gun empty. Dry fire gun and hold trigger fully to rear. Cock hammer with thumb. Hook a weight around the...