Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by snidervolley, Jul 25, 2021.
Now you just need a Krummlauf device so you can shoot it from inside the Scout Car, lol!
Its slow, somewhat tedious work, but it gets it done.
Hmm, always remembered that the 7.62x51 family had a slightly larger rim diameter than the 8mm family.
But, I've been wrong before.
And, it's always seemed redundant to call a shortened round "short"--I can see 7.92 kurz; but 7.92x33 kurz seemed to be something the Department of Redundancy Department would coin.
Still, a cool score for OP by any measure.
Ive shot the gun he was loading for, a bring back 44, with that ammo, and it never had any problems.
In the days before PPU brass from the ia's, I found 22-250's worked best as they did not require neck reaming (at least for the chamber on my gun).
My 'form' die has always been a 7.92x33 trim die.
You wouldn't mistake it for my MP43.
Left side shows paw print wear above the magazine (where I hold it when shooting - the fore-end gets too hot very quickly).
while the right side of the gun shows a lot of blue wear from being carried with the sling over the shoulder.
As a matter o fact my doc said to me a 22cal copy will mitigate it, if become untreatable.
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