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Re: Scirocco ?

Whats the trick to them? I have not had much luck
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    Re: Scirocco ?

    Well if your after scirocco load data for the 300 rum pm me and ill send you my load for It. I'm not even loading them out to the lands just long enough to where they barely fit in a factory magazine box. This rifle is my packing into the back country rifle. I wish I could find a few targets from it. it groups awesome for just being a sps model I was impressed. in the Sendero though we're run with a extended mag boxes and exclusively Berger bullets.



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    Well if your after scirocco load data for the 300 rum pm me and ill send you my load for It. I'm not even loading them out to the lands just long enough to where they barely fit in a factory magazine box. This rifle is my packing into the back country rifle. I wish I could find a few targets from it. it groups awesome for just being a sps model I was impressed. in the Sendero though we're run with a extended mag boxes and exclusively Berger bullets.
    Thanks its for a 300 wsm FN, no extended mag box. I have 300 scirocco in 165, 180, and 190 I got a while back. Tried the 180s out last week, had 5" group at 200m with win brass, fed 215, and 64g H4350. Was not impressed! Same load shoots less than and inch with a 180g accubond.
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    Re: Scirocco ?

    Hmm that's weird it would make such a huge differance. There is three of us in our little goup that all hunt together that are shooting the sciroccos from the ultras and we've all had great luck with them both with accuracy and performance.

    Best of luck with your loading

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    Thanks its for a 300 wsm FN, no extended mag box. I have 300 scirocco in 165, 180, and 190 I got a while back. Tried the 180s out last week, had 5" group at 200m with win brass, fed 215, and 64g H4350. Was not impressed! Same load shoots less than and inch with a 180g accubond.
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