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I have gun club hulls with brass bases.

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by trappermike, Aug 24, 2008.

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  1. trappermike

    trappermike Well-Known Member

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    Steel is magnetic, brass is not. The point of impact will vary greatly, sometimes as much as two or three feet and the spped will be affected by the differental expansion of brass and steel. NEVER mix them. Actually, they are both steel, one has a tiny bit of brass plated on to the steel. There is NO difference, unless you think that there is one.

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    Mike
     
  2. Quack Shot

    Quack Shot Active Member

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    And I've got Iron Poor Blood, so what's your point?

    Try a magnet. It's just the color. They are apparently all steel.
     
  3. trappermike

    trappermike Well-Known Member

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    Sure you can. You will lose your ass in lawyer fees, but you can sue. If you are that easily distracted, you probably could not concentrate enough to file a lawsuit. My best advice is stick the shiny part in the chamber last and paint all of the bases the same color with shiny spray paint.,
     
  4. maclellan1911

    maclellan1911 TS Member

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    Piddy, I though I made a score with those "brass" gun clubs, they are not
     
  5. EDGARMCM

    EDGARMCM TS Member

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    I have several of them that are not attracted to a magnet. I have to assume that they are brass or some other non ferris metal. Could they be aluminum?
     
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