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Old February 26, 2013, 08:28 PM   #9
PawPaw
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Originally Posted by Dan Newberry
pawpaw... with the FC cases, work up toward 42.4 grains from 41 grains with the 175's. If groups are not satisfactory at that level, try 42.7 grains... I'm sure you'll find good results somewhere in that window.
I had a hunch you were going to say something like that. Over the years we've had remarkable success with 43.0 grains of RL15 and the 168 grain bullets, on the nature of 1/2 inch groups with sporter barrels and our indifferent benchrest technique. We're hunters, not target shooters, yet that 43.0 grain load works in all (5) of our rifles. On a hunch, I loaded some 150 grain Hornady SSTs with that same 43.0 grains and had my son run them through his Savage 10 FLP. He managed to put a 10-shot group into under 3/4 inch at 100 yards. Not too shabby.

I'm just wondering if that 1:10 twist will stabilize those 175 grain bullets better than it stabilizes those 168s? (and I realize I'm talking about the difference between eeenie-and-meeenie).

Sorry for the thread hi-jack.
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