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Old 04-07-2012, 05:03   #1
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.224 62gr Green Tip

Does anyone happen to know the OAL of the bullet?
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oal .906
tip to front of cannelure is .501
all of the bullets vary, i bought 500 and can tell there are two diffrent runs of bullets, also the tip to the cannelure is long so it just fits in to my mini 14 mag, don't forget you need a 1 in 9 twist because they are long for the weight
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Old 04-24-2012, 20:37   #3
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Thanks.....I appreciate the info

Here's a handy calculator but you need to know the length and specific gravity of your bullet, which is 9.9 on a steel core bullet

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