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E-Tip COAL Preferences???

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Unread 05-19-2010, 10:57 PM
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E-Tip COAL Preferences???

I am shooting a 300 Roy with 180 E-tips. Can anyone tell me where the E-Tips prefer to be seated in relation to max COAL? Thanks
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    Unread 05-20-2010, 06:45 AM
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    Re: E-Tip COAL Preferences???

    "Can anyone tell me where the E-Tips prefer to be seated in relation to max COAL?"

    No. It's not a matter of where the bullets prefer to be seated, it's where the rifle perfers them to be seated with your prefered powder charge. Experiment.
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    Re: E-Tip COAL Preferences???

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    I am shooting a 300 Roy with 180 E-tips. Can anyone tell me where the E-Tips prefer to be seated in relation to max COAL? Thanks
    In the box of E-Tips I got they recommend .050" to .100" off the rifling and not to exceed mid loads.
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