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Cartridge is from Ammo Manufacture: Team Never Quit Marcus Luttrell 155 grain SCHP (supplied by Intercoolerer 5/6/2015)
Ballistics Information: 10mm Auto
Muzzle Velocity: 1065 fps
Muzzle Energy: 390 ft. lbs
Brass Make/Headstamp: Star Line – Brass
Bullet Make/Weight/Construction/Info; Length 0.7285”/Dia. 0.3995”: 155 grain SCHP
Actual weigh 155.0 grains  tapered concave base 100% Copper Crimp Diameter 0.3980”
HP depth  HP 0.2840” / HP dia. 0.2170” / mouth 0.2825”
C.O.A.L.: 1.2560”
Primer: Large Pistol Nickle color
Case: Diameter 0.4215” Crimp Diameter 0.4220” (medium) Length 0.9875”
Powder Description/Positive ID/Type/Charge Weight:  Blue Dot 10.0 grains

Team Never Quit ammo was developed collaboratively by Snake River Shooting Products, PNW Arms, Sinterfire, and decorated Navy SEAL veteran Marcus Luttrell.







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Re: Team Never Quit Marcus Luttrell 155 grain SCHP 5/6/2015 Pull-Down
« Reply #1 on: July 23, 2015, 06:08:40 AM »
No mistaking blue dot!

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Re: Team Never Quit Marcus Luttrell 155 grain SCHP 5/6/2015 Pull-Down
« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2016, 05:52:56 PM »
Hi guys... sorry for necroing the thread, but I have a question pertaining to this particular round.

Is the low muzzle velocity and energy relative to other 10mm a consequence of the solid copper bullet?  Or do you think it was downloaded for some reason?

Some time ago, I compared the accuracy of some dozen different factory rounds through my MechTech, G20, and G40, and this round was the most consistently accurate of all of them through all three.  I was really surprised when Snake River updated their documentation and this round was listed as so (relatively) anemic...

Thanks.
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Re: Team Never Quit Marcus Luttrell 155 grain SCHP 5/6/2015 Pull-Down
« Reply #3 on: November 21, 2016, 06:26:37 PM »
The Sold Copper bullets are longer than the lead core bullet of the same weight.  Blue Dot was not the best choice for this loading, but it would be a fairly accurate shooter!  Power Pistol would likely be a better choice.

Team Never Quit has undergone several changes and were slated to sell primers, powders under their own name.  Not sure if that got underway yet!  The thing about that is, powders being sold without loading data is almost useless!  People like working with known sources and info to support the products!  However I see they have links to the Shooter's World brand of powders which are relabeled LOVEX products...
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Re: Team Never Quit Marcus Luttrell 155 grain SCHP 5/6/2015 Pull-Down
« Reply #4 on: November 21, 2016, 07:10:02 PM »
Makes perfect sense... longer bullet = less powder = lower velocity and energy.

I appreciate the insight.
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