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Old 04-11-2013, 08:34 AM
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Re: 6mm br vs 6.5x47

Bounty Hunter why are they rechambering at 400-600 rounds? Are they using a warmer load? Typical experience we have here is 500-1500 is when they perform the best. But we load the same as Richard has done since 2003. 3000-3050fps with 105 size pills. However with the new brass and the 105's working so well. My reamer is a 270neck and a 135freebore instead of the original Richard setup as a 272 and 104.

Any issues with brass life?

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Re: 6mm br vs 6.5x47

Here some results 1000yd results plus calibers used IBS Oct 2012 from Va

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Old 04-12-2013, 03:43 AM
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Re: 6mm br vs 6.5x47

Pennsylvania
Light gun overall:
2012 World Open Standings
Heavy gun overall:
2012 World Open Standings

There is a surprising number of 6.5x47Ls (surprising to me -at PA).
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