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Rem sendero II 300rum help

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Unread 09-18-2013, 08:29 PM
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Re: Rem sendero II 300rum help

my brother and buddy both use 96.5 re25, and 180 accubond for very small groups
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    Unread 09-19-2013, 09:17 AM
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    Re: Rem sendero II 300rum help

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    Originally Posted by beaver View Post
    Bet you didn't have to track that deer very far! That load would be awesome for song dogs. I have a new question, just bed the recoil lug?
    Or should I bed the the whole thing?

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    Jerry
    You should just need to do the recoil lug since it already has the bedding block.
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    Unread 09-19-2013, 10:22 AM
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    Re: Rem sendero II 300rum help

    my bdl isnt a tack driver either. Most loads were going between 1.5 and 2 inch at a 100 yards. I did quite a bit of load developement for it something i wasnt thrilled with due to the short barrel life but I took it slow and kept it clean. Finally settled on re25 and a 165 barnes tsx. I would have prefered a good 180 grain bullet or even a 200 but mine just didnt like most of them. The 165 barnes will put 5 shots into 3/4 of an inch at a 100 yards and has worked real well on the couple of deer ive shot with it. I guess in all reality there isnt much game that that 165 tsx wouldnt take.
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