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Old December 12, 2019, 05:03 PM   #40
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Originally Posted by Don Fischer View Post
This is a bench rest rifle? Think I'd check neck thickness. I've read that those rifles are generally set up with min chamber's and some time's the necks need turned to let the bullet go right. Next though is work up to where you have the problem, one round at a time about 1/2 gr difference in powder as you go up. Fire one at a time. Your simply looking for a max load for that rifle. If you got a sticky bolt I would think there would be an ejector mark also but, I get the first sign of a sticky bolt I back off to the load before it and call it max.
He already solved the problem.
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