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Please do, and while you’re at it, you had better stab some data in there to support your statements.

you GCs come off due to the alloy you use and the shock wave that hits the base

Interesting theory. How will you test and prove it?

It dissipates quickly in the GC/bas – basically it and high pressure turn the base to mud for a few pico seconds.

This is stated as fact with no references or tests to back it up. Please provide them.

GC gets work hardened but base remains softer than the body

This is stated as fact with no references or tests to back it up. Please provide them.

grain regrowth takes about an hour and is always large grain.

This sounds plausible. Please site your references.

All the SB/Sn alloys plastisize at lower pressure than Cu alloys, not much diference in the curves for different ratios of sn/sb

This sounds plausible. Who has tested and proven this?

Powder burn rate does affect the shockwave velocity but they are fast enough to cause ‘disassociation’ of all crystal structure.

First part is fact. Second part sounds like conjecture. Please establish your data.

I’ll try re-writing this to make more sense later

Please do. Thank you.

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