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Looking for load, 22-250 52gr. Matchking

 
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Old 04-13-2007, 07:38 AM
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Looking for load, 22-250 52gr. Matchking

I don't have Sierra book, local competion coming up and have yet to load a matchking for the 250. Suggestions?
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Re: Looking for load, 22-250 52gr. Matchking

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I don't have Sierra book, local competition coming up and have yet to load a matchking for the 250. Suggestions?

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38 gr of H-380 is a classic load, not max, and shoots for everybody.

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Re: Looking for load, 22-250 52gr. Matchking

35gr Varget, near max...shot well in three 22-250's that I've tested it in.
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Re: Looking for load, 22-250 52gr. Matchking

35g IMR-4895 works well in my dads Ruger 77 Target. Shoots in the .2's and .3's when we do our part...
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