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Old January 6, 2013, 09:56 AM   #14
ligonierbill
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+1 to m&p. Seating deeper may increase pressure. I seat to the lower groove (top groove is exposed). It's not just the strength of the gun - high pressure may result in difficult extraction. With "standard" loads (250 at just under 1,000), my COAL is 1.59. Note that Ruger cylinders sometimes have tight throats and require boring to load the longer rounds. Mine did. For your rifle, you'll just have to see what works. Not sure about H110 needing compression, but it is not to be used for light loads.
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