Thread: Setback on .40
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Old 10-07-2012, 19:25   #30
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Set back

Wxcuse my abscence - I've been out on details the past 3 days. I did measure my carry rounds and a box of brand new - never loaded Winchester .40 T- Series, RA40T.

Left column is the meas. of the virgin rounds, center column is the meas. in inches., right column is a meas. of my carried, repeatedly chambered rounds:

0 1.102 0
0 1.103 0
0 1.104 2
0 1.105 2
0 1.106 0
0 1.107 0
2 1.108 0
4 1.109 3
3 1.110 6
1 1.111 5
4 1.112 8
2 1.113 10
4 1.114 7
4 1.115 12
3 1.116 7
4 1.117 13
4 1.118 11
3 1.119 8
3 1.120 9
1 1.121 7
0 1.122 4
1 1.123 4
1 1.124 3
0 1.125 4
3 1.126 5
3 1.127 4
4 1.128 4
2 1.129 3
0 1.130 0

Each round was carefully measured and the the round rotated to assure it was fuly seated. The highest read obtain is what was reported.

So, what do you pros think? What would be an acceptable cut off point? The 1.085 projected min.? Or some other dimension? Are they, all good? Thoughts?
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