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    toolboxluis is offline Junior Member
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    bullet photos

    just some thing fun i did


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    cool very well done

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    I can't take credit for that one, but I do love the pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 220combat View Post
    I can't take credit for that one, but I do love the pic.
    oh ok

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    sweet pic

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    I never have that much free time at home.
    I do at work but ammo and guns are prohibited

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    Quote Originally Posted by toolboxluis View Post
    cool very well done
    Just an observation but he doesn't have half as much "firepower" as he thinks as all of those shotgun shells are cheap 1oz birdshot loads from wally world...

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    here's a couple I took while loading some 223's




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    how come the tip of those .223's is hollow? I've never seen that before, and I'm wondering what sort of effect that has on the ballistics of the round. the standard flat tip (meplat) of the spitzer shaped projectile provides a great amount of aerodynamicism, I'm wondering how this tiny hollow point would effect airflow..

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