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Old October 19, 2006, 11:00 AM   #1
T-Mac
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Rem 700 VLS 6mm tips

I just picked upa a Rem 700 VLS in 6mm.
As I wait for 6mm dies, I ran some factory ammo though it and it seemed to be fairly accurate. Decent, anyway.

I have some Berger 68gr. Match and some 85gr. Nosler partitions I will start out with...in Rem brass, which I also already have.
But... I'd surely appreciate any tips as I begin developing loads for this gun.

Favorite powders?
COLs? (please).
CCI 200 primers ok? ...Good? ...Anything better?

Any other tips?...quirks to watch for?.... etc?
Thanks in advance.
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