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TSX or Accubond

 
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Old 11-08-2007, 10:07 AM
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TSX or Accubond

Been tinkering with the tsx in my7 mm STW with 140's and 168's in my 300 wsm. in the STW usually holds around 3/4" but no matter what i do nothing better. in the 300 they are extremely in consistent. best grouping is with 63grs of H4350 just under 3/4" unfortunatley you can take the same recipe go out the next day and get 1". Accubonds shoot well in my STW and have yet to try them in the wsm any thoughts. Would also like to try 150's in the wsm as well.
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Old 11-09-2007, 12:14 AM
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I got about the same results with the 100gn TSX in my .25-06. I think I started out about .040-.050" off the land. Ended up .010" and bullets started grouping .5" or less. Extremely accurate closer to the lands in this rifle (Rem Sendero SF .25-06)..Hope this helps or maybe gives ya a nudge in the right direction. JohnnyK.
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