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Flipped A Yote #7103514
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Not a pelt friendly bullet.
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Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ZenArchery] #7103519
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Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ZenArchery] #7103531
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Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ZenArchery] #7103594
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Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ZenArchery] #7103622
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Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ZenArchery] #7103805
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I did build a cabin. Aka the brokeback shack.

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Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ZenArchery] #7103811
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Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ZenArchery] #7103904
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Zen, please be careful with your ammo loading techniques. The 100 grain A-max bullet seated out that long is a dangerous load, for 2 reasons.

1- The bullet is barely seated in the case neck, and is not being held in place with enough neck tension on the bullet. This will allow the bullet to easily move around, especially shooting out of an AR platform.

2- The bullet seated out this far will have contact with the rifling, causing the load to very likely show high pressure signs. And, if you unchamber a loaded round, the bullet will stick in the rifling and the case will come out, spilling powder and taking your weapon down until it is thoroughly cleaned.

This is why the seated depth on the lighter bullets is much less than the heavier bullets are. A good understanding of ogive to tip lengths would help in this manner.

Otherwise, cool videos!!!



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Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ZenArchery] #7104007
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Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ChadTRG42] #7104564
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Originally Posted By: ChadTRG42
Zen, please be careful with your ammo loading techniques. The 100 grain A-max bullet seated out that long is a dangerous load, for 2 reasons.

1- The bullet is barely seated in the case neck, and is not being held in place with enough neck tension on the bullet. This will allow the bullet to easily move around, especially shooting out of an AR platform.

2- The bullet seated out this far will have contact with the rifling, causing the load to very likely show high pressure signs. And, if you unchamber a loaded round, the bullet will stick in the rifling and the case will come out, spilling powder and taking your weapon down until it is thoroughly cleaned.

This is why the seated depth on the lighter bullets is much less than the heavier bullets are. A good understanding of ogive to tip lengths would help in this manner.

Otherwise, cool videos!!!


Lesson learned. This would be great load for hand loading single rounds. One of my most accurate. There were no pressure signs since it was a mild to hot round. You are correct the reason I was messing with the depth was ejecting an unfired round had bullets stuck in the chamber. Like I said lesson learned. I've got 400 of these things so I'll work up a new batch.

Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ZenArchery] #7104979
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Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ZenArchery] #7105023
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Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ZenArchery] #7121940
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Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ZenArchery] #7124994
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Good stuff man, really enjoy your videos


Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ZenArchery] #7128593
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Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: DirtNapTET] #7129120
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Originally Posted By: DirtNapTET
Good stuff man, really enjoy your videos

Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ZenArchery] #7129147
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Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: Homer Jay] #7129612
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Re: Flipped A Yote [Re: ZenArchery] #7155853
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