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Reloading Set or New Rifle? Which One??

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Unread 11-28-2010, 06:31 PM
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Re: Reloading Set or New Rifle? Which One??

For now go with buying a reloading kit. Reloading can help make a rifle/cartridge more versatile (using different weights and style of bullets as needed for application desired)
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    Re: Reloading Set or New Rifle? Which One??

    Hodgdon Benchmark and 52gr A-max is the varmit load I feed my Bushmaster Varminter 1x9 twist. I tested alot of powders and bullets. Benchrest groups and devastating on the yotes. The load performed the best at max powder charge. The faster I pushed it the tighter the group.

    Good choice getting set up to reload.
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