Thread: 308 Brass
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Old October 22, 2012, 09:21 AM   #9
Bart B.
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With any given lot of .308 brass, even with a 3 grain spread in weight and .002" spread in neck wall thickness, one can easily get 1/3 MOA accuracy at 100 yards with a good barrel in a decent rifle with metered (not weighed) charges of the right powder with a 3/10ths grain spread, the right primer and the right bullet for the barrel's groove diameter. Arsenal M118 and M852 match ammo as well as Federal Gold Medal Match does this with brand spankin' new cases and good lots of it will hold 6 inches easily at 600 yards.

If this ain't what you get with your handloads, you might consider doing something different; shooting technique, setup, tools, components, rifle details, etc.

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