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Unread 05-30-2012, 01:42 PM
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25-006 building a load for savage edge

I won a savage edge 25-006 rifle and would like to set it up for my wife for hunting.I cant stand the trigger in it so i orderd a timmney.I was going to mount my old 4 power weaver on it for load devolpment. I have a box 115-g berger vlds any sugestions on powers-primers-bullet seating depth I want to see how it can shoot before i stick any money in it .
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    Unread 05-30-2012, 06:18 PM
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    Re: 25-006 building a load for savage edge

    norma brass
    cci br2 or fed 210m primers

    h4831sc powder
    h1000 and various others will do the job as well

    just do a proper/safe load workup
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    Re: 25-006 building a load for savage edge

    thanks for the info will build some and see how they group
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