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Old October 4, 2012, 05:45 PM   #2
fishbones182
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9.7 is a fine starting point. Load a few in say .3 or .4 grain adjustments watch for accuracy and pressure signs. Once you find a round that is shooting good with no pressure signs then work the load up and and down by a tenth of a grain at a time for the best load for your gun. None of the manuals are spot on thats why its best to have several and reference all of them. Then find a spot your comfortable starting at and have at.
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