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22-250 and 220 Swift loads please

 
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Old 03-24-2008, 11:25 AM
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temp sensitive

That is why I asked for Varget loads. I found it works well with temp changes. I live in Alabama and do most load developement in the nice summer weather but hunt in Wisconsin in November. Just a slight temp change.
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Old 03-25-2008, 03:54 PM
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I never achieved spectacular results in my Swift with Varget. Accuracy was okay but the velocities never got to where I though they should be. I may have been able to push a little harder but instead I switched to VV powder s and never looked back. I run exclusively N540 through my Swift and get great results. Additionally, temperature sensitivity does not seem to be an issue at all even with my very hot loads. I run the same loads for chucks in July (90 degrees) to coyotes night hunting in January (single digits). They shoot to the same POI, exhibit no pressure signs and are accurate across the range.
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