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Old March 15, 2001, 10:44 AM   #4
abrahamsmith
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Join Date: October 5, 2000
Location: Madison, WI
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Art,

Yes, light means ligthweight bullets. We already have some great deer loads. (which I'll pass on if anyone is interested)

Though this is quite accurate, I'm still kind of wondering what's out there. Since this is the first load I've tried, it seems kind of silly to just stop... it kind of defeats the whole experimental mentality of handloading!

Here's another question: I'm using the 75gr HP's, but I've seens some round-nose 67 grain bullets.. these would be faster at the muzzle but would probably slow down faster. What are your philosophies about fast/light bullets? Is there any worth for round nose bullets in varminting?
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