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does rifling grooves increases the velocity of a bullet

Discuss about Rifles, Double Rifles & Big Bore Rifles.

Re: does rifling grooves increases the velocity of a bullet

PostAuthor: shahid » Tue Mar 20, 2018 11:10 pm

There was a time in late 1890s when many rifles were being developed.
A new introduction in England was the .375 Flanged Nitro Express.

It was .375 but it was called .369 and the other 6 mm was the groove depth.

These methods are gone now with great improvements in groove technology.
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