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lancaster
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the .622 Snider ENP
      #315353 - 17/04/18 04:39 AM

just for the case another one came with the same idea I have a new wildcat that was created by me the first time now. for scientific research I worked with a .577 snider case, necking it up to get a cylindrical case
its only a basic case for me that will see heavy changing to become a complete different case for another obscure oldtimer.

now a .15,8mm /.622 bullet fit into this




the only 15,8 mm bullet I had was the Model 1848 Dreyse spitzer cast from a new mould






.577 bullet looks like small bore now



600 NE barrels have a .620 bullet diameter, right? so if anyone need this you can load the .622 Snider ENP to 500 m/sec with nitro powder and get a fine wild boar cartridge.

dont forget I am the inventor

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tinker
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Re: the .622 Snider ENP [Re: lancaster]
      #315359 - 17/04/18 07:59 AM

Nice!

As always, it is fun to see what's happening on your loading bench.



Cheers
Tinker

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Re: the .622 Snider ENP [Re: tinker]
      #315377 - 18/04/18 12:57 AM

Fun round.
That is quite the "picket bullet" shape and would be easy to load in a muzzleloader with a cloth patch, providing, of course, for correct size. The shape is about perfect, but would need a guide bullet starter and maybe a rod with proper shaped end, with a bore sized knob to hold it correctly.

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