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  1. My CED M2 Screen are a few years old, maybe four. In NM with the temperature about the same as in AZ for A2 my NM velocities were significantly low hence PF than when the ammo was Choron'd at A2. NM was about 167 and AZ was 173. This is pretty significant to me. Previously, my NM velocities were very very close to those in AZ and NV (Area 2 and Nationals). Now I have lost confidence in the CED. I read (off a google search that older CED and produce lower velocities) there might be issues with older ones since it was on the internet it must be true-Right At A2 4.41 gr of VV 320 200gr Zero = 171pf, today 4.4 gr VV320 200 gr Zero = 160 pf. This is crazy. Any ideas?
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