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Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Chester County, PA
Re: Bullet Tarnish???
Well then, I'd go ahead and tumble them and get them nice and clean. If you feel there is an issue with bullet tip deformation I would check the batch every now and then and see if there is any damage taking place. I read an article many years ago in which bullet tips were purposely deformed and then fired for accuracy. Up to a certain point, there was very little difference made in accuracy relative to bullet tip deformation. I think it would be pretty hard to achieve the degree of deformation that made an accuracy difference by simply tumbling the bullets.
Good night Chesty, wherever you are......