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Old 07-31-2007, 04:03 PM
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Thats not the original pic, Desert fox. Looks like your daughters going to the prom.
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Thats not the original pic, Desert fox. Looks like your daughters going to the prom.
I am glad you said something about the picture. At first I thought he was indicating he was emasculated(sp?).
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Sorry, the only thing I see is a cute brunette.
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If that would happen to me after the shot it would be quite a transformation!
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If that would happen to me after the shot, it would be quite a transformation!
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Yep
Going out tomarrow to get a 308 and some BLC-2 fer Momma

I use H414 a lot in the 243/55 grainers and never had a problem till this summer. Only thing I can think of is that it sat in a hot chamber too long as I cant get too much H414 in a winchester case :confused:
Gotta watch those ball powders when they get hot,BLC-2 and 748 being the worst culprets for me!!

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Hot load

hodgon was right I use H 414 in a 7/08 and normal load velocity in the
winter is 3010 ft/sec during the summer it jumps to 3158 ft/sec.

So I have been testing there Extreme powders and find them to work
very well with only about a 10 to 15ft/sec increase in hot weather.

A lot of other powders have the same problems with temp.

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