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7mm Rem Mag. Load Data

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Unread 04-20-2013, 09:17 AM
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Re: 7mm Rem Mag. Load Data

did you adjust the trigger?? see " remington crisp".
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    i hate to admit it, but the older i get, the less i like the heavy ones! i have migrated to the 140 combined tech ballistic tip over 4831sc, and am a happy camper!
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    My favorite load for my 7mm Mag is using 162 gr, Hornady BTSP's over 67.7 grains of RL#22,.. been using it for years now, ...
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    i hate to admit it, but the older i get, the less i like the heavy ones! i have migrated to the 140 combined tech ballistic tip over 4831sc, and am a happy camper!
    SMOUSE- you do not say what you are shooting at. nosler manual shows i4350 most accurate with the 120. my has a sendero 7stw that accounted for 40 plus coues. all with the same box of 120 sierra fb and several pounds of 4350. you may not want to over look the lighter ones. the 140 has some great numbers.
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    Re: 7mm Rem Mag. Load Data

    Wow, thanks for all the responses. A lot of good info here.
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    did you adjust the trigger?? see " remington crisp".
    I actually don't have the rifle yet. I just ordered it yesterday and it is suppose to arrive at the shop next week. The trigger will definitely be on the list, it'll either be tuned or a jewell will replace it. Leaning towards the Jewell though .
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    SMOUSE- you do not say what you are shooting at. nosler manual shows i4350 most accurate with the 120. my has a sendero 7stw that accounted for 40 plus coues. all with the same box of 120 sierra fb and several pounds of 4350. you may not want to over look the lighter ones. the 140 has some great numbers.
    I plan on mostly hunting antelope and mulies. But hope to hunt some elk as well. I figured the 168s would be good for the lopes and mules since the ranges can get kinda long. 180s for elk medicine.
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