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I just looked at this sight and while reading his main page I ran across this:


a .22-50 (something I was working on while I was in California during my military days). It was a 50 cal. BMG casing necked-down to .22 caliber. We were trying to get a 29-grain sintered bullet to break the 5,000 fps mark. We never did...


I bet that was a fun to shoot!

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