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Old 01-31-2011, 07:33 PM
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Re: .260 load

With a COAL of 2.800, the 42.0g of H4831SC is shown in QuickLoad as generating 2625 FPS. 43.0 shows 2692 FPS. Both with Berger 140 VLDs. Of course there are so many variables, these numbers are suggestive of what's going on and may not be the same in your rifle.
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Re: .260 load

Can't remember load data off the top of my head. Read through this thread and you will find several loads...

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