A sharp increase in consumer demand for firearms during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic enabled Sturm, Ruger & Co. to post Wednesday a 17.7% surge in first-quarter net
I would love to take the drive and make a day of it with the SILUsed to be able to call ahead and get a tour, that was then. The people were friendly and open when I worked on the smelter. The only areas that I could not visit were the firing range and the area where the finished weapons were box and made ready for shipping. Even employees had the same restrictions unless you worked in those areas.
If your going up there you should also call the boys over at Barretts. Fine weapons if you can afford them, out of my league. Save an hour for J&G sales. The place used to be a trip the way they had the merch on display.
I have not been in the area for several decades. My remembrances might be just that now days.
Don't forget about the red dot sniper sight and the fact that if you push a button on the protruding pistol grip, out pops a pair of sniper assist bipod legs for maximum evilness.Your Mini has both a protruding pistol grip and a collapsing stock, Zoid. You've got it right up near 100% on the Evil Meter. I'd be looking for Eric "Gaseous" Swinewell and Dianne "Fat Bottom" Feinswine to be rappelling down from a choppa above your house to unhand you of your wheppins. I 'spect you'll be waiting for them batsards, too...
Keyholing is caused by too heavy a bullet for the rifling rate. I got keyholing at fifty yards by firing 75-grain bullets (0.224" diameter) in a 1:12 barrel. 55-grainers did extremely well; the 75-grainers were a waste of components and the time to load them.… … continued to keyhole round after round, anyway.
I think I must be using the term incorrectly then.Keyholing is caused by too heavy a bullet for the rifling rate. I got keyholing at fifty yards by firing 75-grain bullets (0.224" diameter) in a 1:12 barrel. 55-grainers did extremely well; the 75-grainers were a waste of components and the time to load them.
You produced a group commonly known as a "cloverleaf," because it looks like one. You could also say the holes are "cutting each other." Attached is a picture of bullets that keyholed against the target.I think I must be using the term incorrectly then. I meant that every hole made was intersected and touching every other hole to make one jagged hole.