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6.5 grams lighter in the case isn't light enough for you?
I got mine in today as well.
Well seems like TV cases are out in the wild now, and so we're starting to see some good testing on Youtube.
Heres a super test of Heat Transfer using FLIR. The polymer case does indeed result in a cooler weapon then brass.
True Velocity's polymer ammunition is known for keeping temperatures down compared to brass ammo. The composite casing insulates the heat from the powder, ke...
And some basic accuracy testing:
True Velocity claims their polymer-cased, Nozzler Custom Competition .308 Winchester can stand toe-to-toe with the best match-grade factory ammunition around...
And from another test by those guys using the same Desert Tech bullpup boltgun:
If heat loss is the goal, could one use an open bolt gun and somehow solve the drawbacks of the open bolt design
For instance the gun jerks with each shot, but is there a way to solve this?
Such as delayed blowback and a lighter bolt