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Thread: Pressure Curve for 230 gr 45 ACP

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    Quote Originally Posted by brickeyee View Post
    How long is that bullet?

    Peak has come and gone before is cleared the case.
    If you look close, the peak occurs at about 0.25" of travel. That's about where the bullet clears the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niemi24s View Post
    Here's an analysis of all this stuff: http://yarchive.net/gun/pistol/1911_dynamics.html
    Thanks. That is in fact related to what I'm working on.

    In part, slide velocity and recoil spring force.

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