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Squatch Reloading - The Plunk Test and Case Overall Length

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Published on 06 Jan 2020 / In Firearms

We get the question " How do I determine case overall length when it is not in my book? " " My rounds will not fully chamber or I am having ejection issues? " Here is how I address those issues and set my overall length when using non factory projectiles without published load data.

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no0negun
no0negun 3 months ago

Also, thanks for the info in your video.
Does your method create a “gap” that must be “jumped” before the projectile engages the rifled/twisted portion of the barrel in your more tolerant chambered barrels and if so, what are you finding in terms of accuracy deviations?
Thanks again!

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Squatch Reloading 3 months ago

In some of the larger chambers you would get a jump. I typically see only a few thousandths difference between all my barrels. As far as accuracy goes I haven’t seen deviation between the different pistols.

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no0negun
no0negun 3 months ago

Hi Ben,
Whose projectiles are you using?
Specially that red one in the thumbnail?
Thanks in advance.

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Squatch Reloading 3 months ago

The reds are Acme Bullets 124 gn round nose.

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