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Old 09-05-2012, 05:57   #1
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Armscor 180gr FMJ and Win 175 ST report

Heya

Thought you might find this interesting..

http://www.handgunforum.net/range-report/31847-new-glock-20sf-armscor-180gr-fmj-report.html

http://www.handgunforum.net/range-report/31846-new-glock-20sf-win-175gr-st-report.html
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Old 09-05-2012, 12:24   #2
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Cool. One detail nags me, though. Any explanation as to why your scale weighs in 1.1g heavy on both bullets? Not that I've been reloading since Sam Colt was born, but in the time I have, I've noticed maybe a .1g (+/-) delta on jacketed bullets. e.g. my 180g JHP's weigh 179.9g 99.9% of the time. Just curious if your scale needs attn or not.

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Old 09-05-2012, 17:21   #3
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Cool. One detail nags me, though. Any explanation as to why your scale weighs in 1.1g heavy on both bullets? Not that I've been reloading since Sam Colt was born, but in the time I have, I've noticed maybe a .1g (+/-) delta on jacketed bullets. e.g. my 180g JHP's weigh 179.9g 99.9% of the time. Just curious if your scale needs attn or not.

- Dave

Hi
It's just a coincidence.. I keep this scale calibrated well, and I always use a check weight before weighing anything. That's just how it turned out.
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