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Red dot 1gr. charges?

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Unread 10-11-2003, 06:30 PM
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Red dot 1gr. charges?

Hello
Do any of you that shoot the big rifles still do the thing of putting in 1 gr. of Red Dot over the primer before you charge it with your normal powder?

I have some data that show this, but that may be a holdover from the days when primers werent as good as they are now? As the newer books dont show it.
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    Unread 10-12-2003, 12:45 AM
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    Re: Red dot 1gr. charges?

    dual load or "duplex load" are very dangerous respices and in most case give erratic result because that very difficult to get a prefcet position of the two layer one thin colum( light load of fast powder ) one thick colum ( hevay load of slow powder )

    another way is to mix faster and slower powder but that dangerous too

    with big mag primer as Fed 215 or RWS brand and a prefcet flash hole you get normaly enought ignition for big load ( up to 120 grain of 50 cal powder )

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