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Old May 7, 2013, 11:28 PM   #10
BumbleBug
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Join Date: March 11, 2013
Location: Near Heart of Texas
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Where 1 is most important & higher is less important & assuming the following to start:
  • Powder out of same can.
  • Primers out of same box.
  • Bullets out of same box.
  • Cases same brand from same lot.
  1. Sizing & bullet seating most important. Concentric ammo a must.
  2. With high quality bullets with consistent ogives, sorting & weighing is not necessary. Use Sierras, Noslers & Bergers for out-of-box accuracy.
  3. If powder charge is below 35grs weigh every charge. Above that, set measure to throw +/- .1 gr.
  4. Case length, deburred flash holes & polishing are good workmanship, but add little or nothing to accuracy potential.

JIMHO...

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