Shoulder Bump

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Shoulder Bump

Post by Corjack » Wed Sep 04, 2019 7:15 am

In my 6xc I always bumped right around .003. In my 6x47 I intually set up my die to bump .002. Not really running a very hot load, and anealing every time. Not sure I was really getting a full on fireform . Got to noticing about 1-12 rounds had a slight felt resistance. Screwed the die in just a skosh, and now every round chambers with no resistance. Bump gauge now reads an average of .0025. May even have noticed a slight increase in accuracy, however it was all ready shooting extremely well. So this may be my imagination.

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