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H4350 and still no success

 
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Old 04-24-2013, 09:45 PM
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Re: H4350 and still no success

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I have a new can of 8lbs of H4350 if anyone wants some.................i only use 1080 gr. of it and will make anyone a deal..............I bought the H4350 about two weeks ago.................

Greg
I'll take your H4350. I'll give you the $$ when we meet on Friday.
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Old 04-26-2013, 07:26 PM
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Re: H4350 and still no success

Hi........................your right about the powder speed . I bought two lbs of RL 25 the other day becasue I thought I might try it or trade for something later.

I could not find any rloading info for RL 25 Does anyone have any sugjections on where I might start using the 90gr bullet.

Greg
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Old 05-01-2013, 11:44 AM
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Re: H4350 and still no success

i had the same issue with a 243ai and 4350, i had some H 414 and tried that with a 85 gr sierra game king bingo, 1/2 moa and it seems to like H414 for alot of bullets. mine is a savage, 243 ai with a 26" benchmark barrel 1-8 twist .750 at the muzzle. Stockade thumbhole stock and a Ziess 4.5 x 14 with a z800 plex. Kevin rayhill did the smith work, when i got it the throat was to short so i sent it back and he lengthed it about .05 longer and now the bullets sit where they are supposed to. the base of the bullet at the neck. still playing around with loads like nosler 90, sierra 85 and nosler 80 bt varmits. i have some 4831sc that im going to try any thoughs on combinations im thinking 95SMK.
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Old 05-01-2013, 05:34 PM
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Re: H4350 and still no success

Whats the name and phone # of your smith and where is he located.

my .243AI has been a huge dissapointment.............I have tried RL19 H4350 H4831 with 95gr bergers and 90gr ballistic tips..............1x9 and NO bullet combination will shot under 1.000 consistently..............I had one load that went .545 then the next four shot group went 1.546 then .978 then back to 1.204
I would like to talk to your smith and see if he has any thoughts on this........

Greg
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Old 05-01-2013, 06:23 PM
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Re: H4350 and still no success

Is it at 1:14, 1:12, 1:10, 1:9, 1:8, or 1:7 twist?
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Old 05-01-2013, 06:46 PM
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Re: H4350 and still no success

Greg, just call Jim at NSS and get a 1:8 Shilen already ! If you carry on what you are doing you will spend more on load development... Should be around $340. A 1:8 barrel will do everything you expect it to do.
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Old 05-01-2013, 08:13 PM
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Re: H4350 and still no success

Kevin Rayhill, www.stockadegunstocks.com. he loves to talk. believes in full length resize everytime. the best thing I found is to check the runout of the bullet when its loaded. I shot some 95 gr sierra matchkings and they like to jump about .05. I would check your reloaded shells for good seat depth. most of the bullets I have shot have liked to be within .005 of the rifling. Bergers and SMK like to jump.
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