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Old 08-23-2009, 11:45 AM
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Originally Posted by lucky7 View Post
Was it the forcing cone that made it harder to push my squib out of the barrel? It doesn't sound like it should have if the cone is largest closest to the cylinder.
If you are shooting lead bullets and there is lead fouling in that part of the barrel (very common), you will notice more resistance there.

Also, The bore tends to be tighter where the barrel screws into the frame. The process of torquing the barrel causes a slight constriction there. The harder the barrel is torqued on, the tighter the constriction. How far did the bullet make it into the barrel and what kind of bullet?

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