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Help with TSX

 
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Old 08-10-2010, 12:36 PM
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Re: Help with TSX

I too had trouble and Ty at Bearnes told me to go with 45gr in a 1:14 start .050 off the lands and move back from there and he also told me to send them with alot of speed and they will shoot.

I took my Browning micro in 22-250 to the range with the load of 38.5gr of H380 and the bullet .050 off the lands and groups are right around 3/4" I didnt need much more accuracy than that so i didnt play with the load but I bet it would get better.
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Old 08-17-2010, 11:58 AM
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Re: Help with TSX

I've been loading the 53 gr TSX in my 1 in 14 twist Remington 788 for a few years now. I use 34gr of varget, Win large rifle primers in Win Brass. I have taken quite a few deer with this combination and it really works well. I limit my shots to under 300 yards and make sure I put it in the right place. It shoots well inside 3/4 moa. I've yet to have a deer run further than 50 yards with this set up. I'm doing some work ups now with IMR 8208 to see how well it shoots. I hope this helps...
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Old 08-20-2010, 04:43 AM
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Re: Help with TSX

Thanks guys, all good info. sidetracked on bull elk for a few weeks but will be back on the little one's soon..............
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