Tail load | Article about tail load by The Free Dictionary
A downward aerodynamic force produced by the tail of an airplane used to produce dynamic longitudinal stability.
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They started the 1st d swimming 10 min without any tail load
. Swimming time was progressively increased by 10 min each day up to 60 min on the 6th d.
It seemed to shoot best with a Remington Premier Boat Tail load
featuring 190-grain pointed soft points.
A 90 grain Berger boat tail loaded
in a conventional Wylde chamber will give an overall cartridge length of about 2.50".