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25-06 data, 100gr Nosler Etips, Barnes and 115 Bergers?

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Re: 25-06 data, 100gr Nosler Etips, Barnes and 115 Bergers?

Originally Posted by GCF View Post
Out of curiousity, what seating depth seems to provide best performance in your Sendero?
You know I really haven't played with seating depth on this rifle. I set my die up to shoot the 110 ab .020 off the lands. My best accuracy with those was a full case so I needed all the case capacity I could get. I decided to try the sierras and left my seating die the same and just checked that my bullet wasn't touching the lands. I just now measured it and it is .005 off. This is closer than i would want for a hunting rifle but it is my antelope gun and I don't need to chamber a round til I'm gonna shoot. I would never load my elk gun this close but, I don't have time to tinker with seating depth as antelope season starts next weekend. Perhaps my accuracy could improve a little but under .75 moa is just fine for me, especially since it will shoot this at the same poi with a clean or dirty barrel and with new or fireformed brass. I was hoping to shoot the Bergers because of the BC and I love em in my 7 mag but, why mess with great consistency?
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