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Old June 5, 2019, 04:35 PM   #19
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I’ve often found (with many others) that lightly compressed loads or loads where the case is filled so that there is little or no wiggle room (can’t hear powder shaking in the case) give the best accuracy and consistency. I’ve run loads in my 270 that have had powder going partway up the neck before seating, very compressed. When they’re that compressed you need to crimp the bullet or it can start creeping back out over time, not good.
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