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    Machine Gunner MOLON LABE's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 00tec View Post
    Matrix Arms Victor. Says 1.3" interior diameter, but the shoulder at the top appears to be the issue.

    I have a 1:12 on my bolt gun, but on this one I just want the ability to fire that round if it is what's in the bag. Minute of car door is fine with it. As long as M193 is accurate. It will never see 77gr SMK or anything, so the fast twist is on the wrong end of the spectrum for me.
    I would be looking at a 1-8 twist then.


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    A basic question - How do you pronounce 223 Wylde? "wild" or " will-D" ?

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    I pronounce it wild and Im never wrong. Just ask my wife.

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    So... will-D it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10x View Post
    A basic question - How do you pronounce 223 Wylde? "wild" or " will-D" ?
    I always said Wild, but a buddy says Willed. It's probably pronounced "why load?"
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    http://www.dictionary.com/misspelling?term=wylde&s=t

    I don't know if the "e" on the end changes the pronunciation, but I don't believe so.

    Actually, I forgot about this website. www.forvo.com

    https://forvo.com/search/wylde/
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    Probably need to find out how the originator pronounced his name. Much like the oft mis-pronounced Garand rifle.

    ETA: I've always pronounced it "wild", simply due to familiarity of the literary name Oscar Wylde, but I could be mistaken. I know I got the above name wrong for many years.
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    Just you guys wait until I develop the .224gif
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