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200 yard OCW test PP2000MR

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Unread 06-10-2013, 11:38 PM
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200 yard OCW test PP2000MR

Shot this OCW test using PP2000MR. Charges are on the lower end as opposed to my last OCW at the upper end of the scale. All groups were shot round robin @ 200 (yds) per Dan Newberry's instructions. 300 yard range was not available today so I had to settle for 200yds. Rifle is a Blaser R8 (308) shooting berger 185 OTM loaded to magazine length. Any guess on OCW ?


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    Re: 200 yard OCW test PP2000MR

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    Shot this OCW test using PP2000MR. Charges are on the lower end as opposed to my last OCW at the upper end of the scale. All groups were shot round robin @ 200 (yds) per Dan Newberry's instructions. 300 yard range was not available today so I had to settle for 200yds. Rifle is a Blaser R8 (308) shooting berger 185 OTM loaded to magazine length. Any guess on OCW ?


    THX, Jimmy
    I'm guessing you'll end up around 46.2 based on your scatter node at 45.6. It's coming back together at 45.9, so I'd say bump it up a couple 10ths and see what it does.
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    Re: 200 yard OCW test PP2000MR

    Brent c is spot on. What kind of velocities were you getting? Excellent shooting by the way.
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    Unread 06-12-2013, 11:49 AM
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    Re: 200 yard OCW test PP2000MR

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    Brent c is spot on. What kind of velocities were you getting? Excellent shooting by the way.
    jsthntn247,

    Did not have the chrony setup unfortunately that day, but 46 grains has given approx 2635 FPS in 75 -80 degree temps. I'm going to run it through the chrono and keep my fingers crossed spread is low at 45 grains. I'm guessing around 2600 FPS with my 24" barrel on a warmish day.
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