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Old June 5, 2014, 03:38 PM   #26
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Mcshooy Yes it was with 3 min between shots, but as i said before the new "partial fl sized" load grouped all 10 shots within a circular pattern whereas my old load has always seemed to shoot a smaller core group with random rounds landing wherever. I know 10 rounds isnt anything absolute but it gives me a starting point.

Brian i was always told setting the bullet on the rifleing will cause overpressure. Ive also herd that it can produce the best accuracy. So if i do this ill need to work up a new load but is a starting load safe with the bullet touching the rifleing or do i need to start lower?
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Old June 5, 2014, 03:42 PM   #27
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Guffey's latest error:
Following Bart B.'s advise is not easy, he started out recommending bench rester methods, as in something they discovered a long time ago and that was full length sizing,
Wrong discipline. Go back, read it all again until you know it by heart. Then try again.

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