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22 250 80gr. bullet question

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Unread 03-13-2010, 10:42 AM
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22 250 80gr. bullet question

I have a Sav Mod 12 with 1-9 twist, shoots Sierra 69 grs. extremely good. I am wondering if I can go up to the 80gr. and expect good accuracy. Anybody
with a little experience ? If so what load ?
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    Re: 22 250 80gr. bullet question

    TexasGunner,

    Yes, you can . One of my hunting buds shoots the 80 grain A-Max really well. I'm not sure of the powder charge , but I know he's using Varget , winchester brass and Winchester Large rifle primers.

    Mike
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    Re: 22 250 80gr. bullet question

    I use the 80 gr.SMK in my 223 with a 1/8 twist and they shool good and they come apart good they seem to me to have a thin jacket.
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