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25-06 + ???? = Good Antelope round

 
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Old 06-21-2007, 09:08 PM
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Re: 25-06 + ???? = Good Antelope round

We have used 100TSX, 115BT, 117SBT,120NP & 125Wildcat on Deer or Antelope & they worked well. The Wildcats sure work good at 300 and over, 300-400 yards is not that far, but with WY. wind, we could tell a difference with those in wind drift. My 25-06AI loves RL25 in all bullets of 115 or heavier, RL22 in the lighter. In std. 25-06 I would try 4831 or RL22 in bullets of 117 or less & I still had great results with RL25 in the std case with 120 or heavier.
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Re: 25-06 + ???? = Good Antelope round

100 grain ballistic tips are poison on antelope. Favorite speed goat load RL 17 and 100 great ballistic tips.
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Re: 25-06 + ???? = Good Antelope round

I am looking forward to working with the 25-06 and 115 BT's. I have RL25 and RL22 on the bench, so I imagine I should be able to find something that gives me some decent speed out of them. The 115 BT's do seem pretty "tough" for a BT, so I don't think a deer will be all that much for them.
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Re: 25-06 + ???? = Good Antelope round

With the 115BT you might also consider Retumbo powder and magnum primers.
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It is on the list of powders to try as well. I know a few who have done really well with it and the 25-06.
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Re: 25-06 + ???? = Good Antelope round

I just recently " rediscovered" the 25-06'and this time I got a good one. I have had a few, but couldn't get them to shoot as I liked.
Anyway, my particular gun / load is a Ruger MKII,VT in 25-06. When I picked it up, I bought a pound of RL17. I have been reading about higher velocity claims, with lower pressures, so I tried it. My initial loadings were with Barnes TSX, and Hornady Interbond, both in 100 grain. Additionally, I shot some 177 SST's. I was really just fire forming some 30-06 brass that I had resized to 25-06', but I got some very good groups with all combos. I did not chrono anything , at that time, but will now that I have some chamber formed brass. I noticed that the powder burned vey clean. No sooting on the brass, and barrel cleaned like a dream. Load info came from Alliants website. I backed off 1 and a half grains from max which is 53 grains according to Alliant. Just wanted to pass along some info.
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