Re: just as expected can't shoot berger vld
Adjusting seating depth and load will not stabilize a bullet that is going crazy so early, velocity is only going to help in the cases where the bullet starts tumbling later in the flight path but start out stable.
I would run a tight patch down the barrel and verify the twist rate and not take someones word for it, at very low elevation I can see the 105 maybe not being stable but the 95 should be at sea level with a 1-9.
The twist rate calculator at the Berger website works well, I can shoot bullets with quite a bit less twist because I'm at 6000ft and they stabilize much better up here so a guy should check his own specific twist rate needs at his elevation.
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