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OAL for 22-250
rhino43 Member Posts: 161 ✭✭
edited October 2006 in Perry Shooter Competition Shooting and Reloading Forum
Got a guage awhile back and use it to check OAL and got 2.420 I thaught that might be alittle to much.I stuck the bullet in an then push the ramrod up to it and push it back forth to make sure the play was out. Set the clamp a got the 2.420, the I put bullet into empty case and set the bullet to the size a got cycle it in my gun and it fit with out any resistance's so my question is did I leave anything out[?]
I think take your gauge method and compare it to the dowl method described here:
I really don't think you should "feel resistance" In my experience "resistance" means you are too long with your OAL.