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Old July 14, 2012, 06:34 PM   #6
Brian Pfleuger
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I advise that you take them down.

You should always start at the listed minimum/starting load. It's the only guaranteed safe thing.

Now, in all likelihood, those loads are perfectly safe. However, the reason they list starting loads is because there is variation in cases, primers, powders, bullets, atmospheric conditions, chambers and barrels.

In other words, what is safe in another gun, or 10,000 other guns, may not be in yours. That's why they have starting loads.

Pull them and consider it purgatory.
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