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H1000 in a .243 with 87gr Berger VLD's

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Old 11-14-2013, 12:07 PM
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Re: H1000 in a .243 with 87gr Berger VLD's

Good info. Thanks guys.

Powell, thanks for the detailed range report. (We have the "all out war on a paper plate at 50 yards" scenario at my range too.). So, good shooting under those conditions.

I have 500 105 A-Maxes and have some H1000 that I use in a 300 RUM. So I am definitely going to try this combo out.
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Old 11-16-2013, 10:59 AM
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Re: H1000 in a .243 with 87gr Berger VLD's

Well no updates on any more shooting (I have to work today and tomorrow), but I did make it to Flagstaff yesterday. While I was there I stopped in a shop and hit the Jack Pot!!! I went a little crazy and spent more than I probably should have. I picked up 2 boxes of WLR primers, 2 boxes of WLRM primers, 1 box of 6mm 87 gr Bergers, 1 box of 7mm 168 gr Bergers, 4 lbs of H4350, and some other misc. items that I've been needing. So it was a good trip . I sure wish I could find some more brass though. I'm going to load some of my 243 rounds with the H4350 and compare it to my loads with H1000 to see which really is better. So soon I'll have a good comparison to share with everyone.
Savage 111 Trophy Hunter XP 7mm Rem Mag
Vortex Viper PST 2.5-10x44 EBR-1 MOA scope
BlackHawk 0 Moa picatinny rail
BlackHawk 30mm rings
BlackHawk Bipod
Rifle Basix Sav-2 Trigger
168gr Berger VLD Huning Bullets
Remington Brass
WLRM Primers
H1000 69.4 grains
Bullets seated .010" off the lands

Howa 1500 .243
Nikon Prostaff BDC 3-9x40
Custom Cherry Wood Stock (Action bedded, barrel floated)
Winchester Brass
87 gr Berger VLD
WLR Primers
Still working on load
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