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    Post Some Facts and Figures on 7.62 Ammunition and Barrels

    With thanks to member Ian Robertson, here's a interesting document he uncovered titled Some Facts and Figures on 7.62 Ammunition and Barrels

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    Good reading, very interesting stuff! I like the "... discarded barrel that subsequently beats you in someone else's rifle may be your own!"... How true.

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