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Old April 18, 2009, 05:09 PM   #26
trigger45
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well i put the fixed 4x modern weaver on the supplyed weaver mounts. its the one i shot 300 yards with and got a 3inch group(while it was on my .270)win. hope to shoot it tomorrow. gonna shoot the 348gr. .50 powerbelt, the 275 gr maxiball and maybe some 210gr. .429 speer jhp dont know how they will work. if there is any help you can give i need all i can get.
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Old April 18, 2009, 11:36 PM   #27
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Well,
With the powerbelts, don't try to over power them - the 348s I shoot with 90gr of 2fg 777............much more and the powercheck cups don't want to seperate from the bullet and that kills accuracy. In fact, before shooting them lube the posts that the cup fits on to help them seperate easier.

I never had any luck with those maxi-balls, but I would suggest no more than about 70 to 80gr of 777 with them - about like shooting patched balls.

I would start those 210gr sabots at 80grs too and work up in 5gr increments from there and see what works best.
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