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Am I doing something wrong with my Bergers?? Im stumped!!

 
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Old 12-13-2009, 10:28 AM
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Re: Am I doing something wrong with my Bergers?? Im stumped!!

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Travis,
H-4350 is a very good powder, but it may not want to do its best with your case volume do to having to seat the bullet(s) so deep for accuracy. Iíve shot a .300 RSAUM 29 inch barrel for a few years in F/Class. It servied me well at Raton and other matches. The case is very similar to yours; I just happen to like the Rem case design a little better. Anyway H-4831SC worked like a champ in it at 1k; using the 190gr Sierra Mk.... running at a cool 2900 fps and accuracy was outstanding! There are newer powders and a few older ones that offer a few nice surprising pressure curvesÖ. You and powder, have a long ways to go yet, thatís what makes it fun.
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Thanks again for the reply and the help. Its nice when people respond to your thread with a answer, but its alot better when someone replies with an answer and also tells you why it is the way it is.

I appreciate it.
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