Originally Posted by MontanaRifleman
I would at least say that RL50 "appears" to be a "better" load because of velocity and load density. It's hard to argue with that. If RL33 was more accurate, then you might say it was the better, but I don't see why it would be any more accurate than 50 unless it was the personality of the rifle. I would think the more dense RL50 load would be a tad more consistent overall. At least you now know where it stands
Am looking forward to the results in the 338 AX. Alliant says it was developed for the 338 LM
That is my reasoning as well but as you said, bullets in the air will make the real decision. If the RL50 load leaves me looking for more, then I will see what the RL33 load does.