Will the use of a floor plate let you seat bullets out to the lands with the use of a floor plate vs a detachable magazine?
You are going to have to determine your max Cartridge Overall Length by determining exactly where the lands are in the chamber. Back up the max by .020in (you DO NOT want the projectile in contact with the lands) as if they are engaged, you will have a pressure spike. Projectile differences need to be taken into account so you will have to do this for every different projectile you use. Once you determine the max COL you are going to have to measure the DBM interior to get max COL for the DBM, again you need to subtract some clearance space for ease of cartridge movement in the DBM. Then you will need to do the same to get the max COL for use with a floor plate, again subtracting clearance room for cartridge clearance.Will the use of a floor plate let you seat bullets out to the lands with the use of a floor plate vs a detachable magazine?
Lol everyone gets 1/4" or better groups on the Internet when they do their partSome do. I think I'm loading to 2.805 for 168 and 175 SMK's and they're getting me 1/4" or better at 100 yards when I do my part.
3 shot or 5 shot or more groups? I have a bunch of targets too that are .1s and .2s, with my best ever being a .108 5 shot group. But after running that challenge & having to shoot multiple 5 shot groups at one sitting, you'll really get a strong dose of reality and what the rifle and you are capable under actual firing conditions and not random good groups here and there. With consistent sub .25moa groups, I expect to see your name at the top of the leaderboardI do need to do that one of these day's, but the rifle is a sub 1/4 moa rifle (multiple shooter's using 168 FGMM have shot sub 1/4 moa groups. Factory target is 0.22" at 100 yards)