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Unread 08-23-2013, 02:49 PM
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Re: 338 Lapua AI shooting paper plates from 2350

How much right windage you have on??
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    Re: 338 Lapua AI shooting paper plates from 2350

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    How much right windage you have on??
    None. I had 2.25 left.
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    Re: 338 Lapua AI shooting paper plates from 2350

    I am having a 338LM Imp built as we speak. I have had a 338LM for the last 2 years, but want some more punch out at long range. It will be throated for the 300 grs Berger OTM.
    I have been using Viht N570 powder, and will continoue to do so in the Imp version also. Barrel will be 32" long. Any thoughts of how much powder I can use?
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    I am having a 338LM Imp built as we speak. I have had a 338LM for the last 2 years, but want some more punch out at long range. It will be throated for the 300 grs Berger OTM.
    I have been using Viht N570 powder, and will continoue to do so in the Imp version also. Barrel will be 32" long. Any thoughts of how much powder I can use?
    I have never used that powder. I had no data on the reloader 33 so I started really low, walking it up one grain at a time while shooting through the chrono while watching for pressure and expected velocity. I reload at the the shooting bench so it makes it pretty quick and less wasteful. Good luck with your project.
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    Re: 338 Lapua AI shooting paper plates from 2350

    Good shooting, what were you using to measure the distance?
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    Good shooting, what were you using to measure the distance?
    Thanks! I have a terrapin.
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    Excellent!!!
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