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- n. Plural form of grain.
- n. pigeons' dung used in tanning. See grainer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. See 5th grain, n., 2 (b).
- n.pl. Pigeon's dung used in tanning. See Grainer. n., 1.
The distribution of the grains is at first uniform, but it is found that the grains accumulate progressively in the lower layers until a limiting distribution is reached with reversible settling or expansion depending on whether the temperature is lowered or raised.
Our agriculture, which depends so largely now upon those members of the grass family which we call grains, is the result of accident, not the result of science.
In addition, extra atoms are often present in grains causing planes of distortion called dislocations.
Yes | No | Report from GregoryS wrote 21 weeks 5 days ago to get what i want in grains and the amount of powder i want to use. but also thanks to the democrates reloading saves me thousands of dollars also
In recently researching other folks ills with Hornady Interbonds, I turned up statements that bullet weight varied as much as 7 grains from the same box.
I don't know that the 300 grains is any better than the 240 grains since mine are almost always pass-through lung shots and deer don't really slow either slug down that much from what I've seen.
All Replies from rocky d bashaw wrote 38 weeks 4 days ago depends on what you will use the gun for. i would go with 30-06, the range of bullet grains is so great it will do anything and everything these calibers will do.
Yes | No | Report from rocky d bashaw wrote 38 weeks 4 days ago depends on what you will use the gun for. i would go with 30-06, the range of bullet grains is so great it will do anything and everything these calibers will do.
At 28 ", they'll come in weighing around +/-350 grains with a 100 grain tip, fletching, insert & nock. 350 grains is IBO weight for a 70 lb. bow at 29" draw.
Bt the way, 53 grains is a bolt gun load and nothing else period!
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