Wet or Dry Tumbler
First Shot / June 29, 2020

I have 2 tumblers #1 Arsenal Quick-N-EZ 110V Vibratory Case Tumbler is a dry tumbler, I use it first to do a quick clean, I don’t like to run dirty brass thru the press. #2 is a Harbor Freight Chicago Electric Dual Drum Rotary Rock Tumbler Here are a couple of pics.. This is after 1 hour in the Vibratory Case Tumbler. It’s very “clean“. Here is a picture after the wet tumbler. This is very polished.

Ballistic Chronograph 26 Jun
First Shot / June 26, 2020

I am not real happy about the ES of 98, but if you look at the chart that is still a sub-MOA shot string. So I guess I can live with that! 26 Jun 2020 Ballistic Chart 55 GR FMJBT 25.4 GR CFE 223 1 2530 2 2599 3 2594 4 2506 5 2588 6 2554 7 2520 8 2501 9 2520 10 2531 HI 2599 lO 2501 AU 2545 ES 98 SD 36

Perpper / June 2, 2020

I came across this article Mythbusting: The “Carrington Event” and Solar Cycle Doom That article is full of innuendos, misdirection, half-truths and downright untruths. First off a CME is not the same as at EMP. Any author that interchanges the two had absolutely no credibility. The main difference between an EMP attack and a CME impact is what is effected. For EMP, both the power grid and electronics are damaged and destroyed. In a CME impact, mainly the power grid is affected, while electronics are untouched The three components of nuclear EMP, as defined by the IEC, they are called E1, E2 and E3: E1– The first component is a very fast, high voltage pulse. It is very brief, but very intense. It is much faster than lightning and common lightning and surge suppressors will not stop this pulse. It induces high voltages in wiring and cables, like power lines, phone lines, etc. This is the component that destroys computers and electronic equipment. E2 pulse is a lot like lightning and is easier to protect against, though if the protection circuit was destroyed or damaged by the E1 pulse, may still do more damage. The E3 pulse is a long…