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Should i moly my bullets

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Unread 10-02-2006, 09:00 AM
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Re: Should i moly my bullets

keep us posted with how you like it.

I have been pondering either a 300 whisper or a 338 whisper. I talked to Shawn Carlock, and he seems to like the 338's a lot more. So I'm leaning that way. I just have to buy another supppressor now...

There is a lot of reloading info online for the whispers, and it seems to me that a lot of it is with pistol powders.

don't have any of the link's to it offhand, but do a google search and you'll find it.

keep us posted, and if possible would love to see some pics!!
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Unread 10-03-2006, 12:06 AM
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Re: Should i moly my bullets

Dump the Molly idea (any and other voodoo) and get the RSI Pressure Trace , a cheap chrono and NECO QuickLoad

You can start with safe loads and work down - using the RSI Pressure Trace to make sure you don't get any squib loads or secondary spikes.

Your shooting 300gr MK right?
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Unread 10-03-2006, 12:32 AM
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Re: Should i moly my bullets

yes i will be shooting the 300gr MK
I have a chrono and i have a ruff idea on loads. but there not much info out there for the 338 whisper. When i get a good load made up this should be a really fun gun. I will keep you guys posted on how i like this im hoping to stay moa to 500 yards.
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