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    That's goofy as all get out.
    And it's less that the 220 round nose is short, and much more that they seated it WAY deep.
    No wonder you're having feeding troubles.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravo View Post
    That's goofy as all get out.
    And it's less that the 220 round nose is short, and much more that they seated it WAY deep.
    No wonder you're having feeding troubles.....
    It seems to me that this needs to be returned.
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    Finally had an issue with freedom munitions on Saturday. I was running a rifle class and one of my 300 blk remans wasn't seated right and came apart as I was loading a mag.

    Out of 4K rounds now, only one mess up. Damn great. Ammo.


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    Blew through 1k of Freedom's 300Blk 147gr. Homer like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Homer View Post
    Blew through 1k of Freedom's 300Blk 147gr. Homer like.
    I've been meaning to ask, is Homer related to Cartman?


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    Quote Originally Posted by TTEngineer View Post
    I've been meaning to ask, is Homer related to Cartman?
    Um... Er... Ah... Response pull-down menu.

    Open and direct: I dunno.

    Cautions and challenging: Who's asking?

    Blank and confused: No, why?

    Defensive and snowflaky: Because we are both animated?

    Worried and self conscious: Did I offend someone?

    Dim and hoping for trouble: Who's Cartman?

    Actually... Borrowed from the classical Greeks, Homer was originally created to tell the epic tale of an our hero's quest and adventure in attempting to obtain the legendary weapon of XCR. The fact that he also happens to be a dim, bumbling cartoon character provides a perhaps more accurate, latter bookend to the lofty former.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homer View Post
    Um... Er... Ah... Response pull-down menu.

    Open and direct: I dunno.

    Cautions and challenging: Who's asking?

    Blank and confused: No, why?

    Defensive and snowflaky: Because we are both animated?

    Worried and self conscious: Did I offend someone?

    Dim and hoping for trouble: Who's Cartman?

    Actually... Borrowed from the classical Greeks, Homer was originally created to tell the epic tale of an our hero's quest and adventure in attempting to obtain the legendary weapon of XCR. The fact that he also happens to be a dim, bumbling cartoon character provides a perhaps more accurate, latter bookend to the lofty former.
    Ha. Just wondering.

    I actually miss ole Cartman. His trolling knew no bounds, and I respect that as a child of the Internet age (1983).




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