Copperhead projectile approval?

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Re: Copperhead projectile approval?

#16 Postby lonerider43 » Sat Aug 11, 2018 5:32 pm

Ammunition components and powder need not be sourced solely from the NRAA

For F Open Division – Projectiles Allowed
Any weight or calibre of projectile provided it does not exceed 8 mm in diameter.

this is where i got confused i think.
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Re: Copperhead projectile approval?

#17 Postby Ken Melgaard » Tue Aug 14, 2018 7:27 pm

Yes.... the NRAA
Sent 500 of my 224 caliber 80 grain VLD to the NRAA about 7-8 years ago am still waiting for a response!! Dont know what ever happen to them or even if they bothered tested them.
I think the NRAA Board menbers are there to look after themselves, you only have to look at JLK bullets it was only the fact that Jan Dyer was on the board and Bob Dyer imported them that they got excepted a good example of the boards infuence on what the members use!!
Have no problems suppling bullets they just need to accepted “ Copperhead Bulletsl
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Re: Copperhead projectile approval?

#18 Postby KHGS » Tue Aug 14, 2018 10:29 pm

As the NRAA gunsmith at that time I tested & reported on these bullets along with the JLK bullets. My report recommended the approval of Ken's bullets on the basis of quality & being Australian made. I never had any response to my recommendation. Consequently the JLK's were approved .........for whatever reason!!!!
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