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Remington SPS Varmint .22-250 Bullets/Accuracy???

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Remington SPS Varmint .22-250 Bullets/Accuracy???

I have had my rifle for over a year now and have reloading set up for it. (Note: I don't have alot of money, so I've been limited to how much testing I can do) I have tried two different kinds of factory ammo and they were not that good. I thought I had a good load with Nosler 55gr. Ballistic Tips till I took them out to 200 yards and they turned out terrible. Then I loaded up some 45gr. Barnes Triple-Shock X Bullets and they just sucked. Iím using Varget Powder, which I have read is a good powder. If anyone else uses factory ammo or reloads for this rifle, I would greatly appreciate if you could tell me what works best for you.
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    Re: Remington SPS Varmint .22-250 Bullets/Accuracy???

    i am using winchester usa 45 jhp in my remington 700 vs
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