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« Reply #20 on: Saturday February 23 2019 09:46:18 AEDT AM »

  

This one is odd! The response to all other targets is very much as expected, but this one? Weird.


All that I can put it down to is that particular 95-gram nugget is owned by a friend which is different in that it has a jagged & porous type surface area compared to all other test targets having a solid type surface area.

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