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Hi, Gents:
Old Elmer used the H.P. White labs to check his pressures, so I wouldn't be surprized if that 3000 psi difference was real. The Hodgdon data should be interesting. Another thing. I've heard somewhere that too soft bullets can slug up in a revolver's throat and raise pressures. Elmer mostly used lead-tin alloys that aren't as hard as the high antimony heat-treated bullets we use now. That could confuse the issue. Just wondering. :confused:

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Jack
 
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