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Old January 10, 2013, 09:09 AM   #3
Doyle
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Forget the 95 grn bullets. They have the BC of a brick. The beauty of the .264 bullet is the great BC you can get from long/heavy bullets. I started out with factory load 140s and they shot pretty good (right at one MOA). My buddy just worked up some handloads with 138 grn Hornady SPs but I've only popped off a couple of those just to check for pressure.

Find out what twist rate that barrel has. If it has the 1 in 9 that Remington uses, then 140 will probably be your upper limit. If has the 1 in 8 then you can use the really long/heavy 150's+.
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