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Old 03-20-2010, 11:39 AM
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my range results today
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my range results today
oop's SORRY,,I just can't figure out how to post a pic
anyway's,,,my results today at the range,from a rem 700 sps varmint,26"heavy barrel
win brass,CCI LRP
col 2.6995
44gr h4895 (this is a near max load)
4 shot's under a dime at 100 meters,0.396 moa
this is definitely the load I'm using next winter on coyotes
maybe next weekend I will chrony them and let you know
and I will try one more time to post the pic lol
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http://s844.photobucket.com/albums/a...ler6mm55gr.jpg
let's see if this works

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You can go up with your load. Use a long drop tube and no problem compressing the powder either. Or try a faster powder like all the good suggestions here. I have shot the 55 grain noslers since they first came out. I think me and sniper2 ordered a few thousand right when they first came out and both of us have had great luck with them. I know out of his 6mm-06 imp he could drop a deer like lightning with these little boogers. They are extremely accurate.
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You can paste the Img code next time
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Old 03-27-2010, 11:33 AM
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oop's SORRY,,I just can't figure out how to post a pic
anyway's,,,my results today at the range,from a rem 700 sps varmint,26"heavy barrel
win brass,CCI LRP
col 2.6995
44gr h4895 (this is a near max load)
4 shot's under a dime at 100 meters,0.396 moa
this is definitely the load I'm using next winter on coyotes
maybe next weekend I will chrony them and let you know
and I will try one more time to post the pic lol
hello folk's,I'm back as promised with my chrony results
using the above load,calm day,same grouping as my pic as below,temperature around 30'F,,I don't plan on shooting this load in temperatures any hotter,,this is probably the last weekend of this cold,,I'll be saving this load for late fall and winter on coyote's,,
average muzzle velocity 3945 fps.
this should help a little on guessing how far those song dog's are out there,lol( I seem to have little problem estimating yardages and my 70gr nossler load of 2954fps make's it more important knowing the yardage,I missed a few this past winter,lol ).This load is flat enough and accurrate enough for me,,
note: I definitely noticed from an extremely clean barrel it takes about 3-4 shot's to settle down
can't wait
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hello folk's,I'm back as promised with my chrony results
using the above load,calm day,same grouping as my pic as below,temperature around 30'F,,I don't plan on shooting this load in temperatures any hotter,,this is probably the last weekend of this cold,,I'll be saving this load for late fall and winter on coyote's,,
average muzzle velocity 3945 fps.
this should help a little on guessing how far those song dog's are out there,lol( I seem to have little problem estimating yardages and my 70gr nossler load of 2954fps make's it more important knowing the yardage,I missed a few this past winter,lol ).This load is flat enough and accurrate enough for me,,
note: I definitely noticed from an extremely clean barrel it takes about 3-4 shot's to settle down
can't wait
Yup. That's the Go-To load for the 55g nosler in my .243. Fast, accurate, and reliable as gravity. It doesn't hardly get better than that. It takes a couple of fouling rounds to settle down in my rifle as well. That just means the first group is 3/4", then it goes to about half that.

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