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Nice!

What RPM are you running?

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I like it.
Do they actually expand, or is the hollow point for balance?
 
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The CNC program adjusts the RPM for any specific operation - we only set the maximum for that section.

They do expand, as this is the same design I use for our hunting bullets, which we have been using for many years.

They work very well.

We control the expansion by adjusting the diameter and depth of the hollow point.


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Very impressive, Thanks for posting.
 
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Interesting. I need to try this. What are you using for material?

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Interesting. I need to try this. What are you using for material?

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Copper and brass.


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I just made some .475 caliber bullets in 400, 500 and 600 grains.

I will post photos and the video later on.


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Thanks for the videos Saeed. I like watching metal turn into something quite useful. Be Well, Packy.
 
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Thanks--Interesting.
 
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Copper and Brass

particular alloy or just what was available?

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Copper and Brass

particular alloy or just what was available?

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Just normal copper and brass, from wholesalers who sell to the building trade.

One of then asked to come and see our operation, as we buy thousands of meters from him in varying diameters.

He delivered one order himself, and just stood there wondering what is going on.

He had a coffee and some cookies and left with a big smile on his face.


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475 caliber 600 grain hollow point


Your excellent bullet making is well known. It is really great. Accuracy and game effectiveness is outstanding.

But you have to learn video compressing ;-)
Here it is scaled to 1080p and compressed. Still nice and 1/100 of its original size.

http://585he.cz/475.mp4

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