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Old December 31, 2019, 04:11 PM   #26
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Thanks that’s an interesting read, it sure seemed to in my small sample size of load development, but I had maybe 3-4 total loads of same bullet/powder different charge weight. That seems like a well controlled test.

I will say that he has a lot of variations that all have fairly small standard deviations, so it’s not necessarily clear from that test that getting smaller is good, but it’s also not clear that bigger is not bad. Would have been nice to see something with an SD of 50ish... because if you’re a little sloppy in charge weight consistency you can easily get that and by feel they all shoot the same.


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