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    Quote Originally Posted by Zenas View Post
    I literally just said ratchet peening can happen whether there is endshake or not. I even gave the formulas for explaining the concepts. It is greater with more endshake, but zero endshake (albeit a theoretical concept) can still result in ratchet peening.

    Here's a little experiment for you. Take two objects, one flat and one embossed and press them together. Hold them tightly in place so there is no space between them and they cannot move. Then apply significant pressure to one of the objects. When you separate them, you will see a mark on the flat object, impressed by the other object. Yet there was no movement between them. This is how ratchet peening can occur with zero endshake. Get it yet?
    Jeez man, you need to try decaf...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olle View Post
    Jeez man, you need to try decaf...
    And you need to try reading comprehension before responding just so you can have the last word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zenas View Post
    And you need to try reading comprehension before responding just so you can have the last word.
    Yes, and I have to admit that your theory about a spring loaded little piece of steel counteracting the recoil from a .357 is especially difficult to comprehend. I bow to your wisdom and knowledge.
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