Thread: Setback on .40
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Old 10-02-2012, 06:07   #17
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Originally Posted by m2hmghb View Post
The problem is that the OAL will vary between manufacturers, type of bullet, and even lots. Not to mention every round will have a slightly different OAL due to the way they're loaded. There just isn't a way to accurately gauge them after any kind of setback, you need the OAL from before you suspect setback.
Hence I suggested comparing them with a straight edge.
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