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Old 02-09-2007, 03:28 AM
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new project 243AI

HI-TO YOU ALL.
First post so be kind please.
my new project is a 243AI With a 1-8 twist.
looking for load info for 85g siera game kings and 95g&105g berger possibley amax aswell POWDER == VIT N160. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]

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Old 02-09-2007, 04:10 AM
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Re: new project 243AI

take it very slowly with vit n160 i had probs with 95 gr bergers and 160 at under 45gr so switched to vit n560 and at 46.5 gr i am getting 3100 with a es of 16 and no pressure signs i will be trying upto 47 gr on sunday .
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Re: new project 243AI

Welcome to the forum. 243AI, excellent, keep us informed of your progress, I've often thought about that chambering. If my 243Win barrel ever wears out, I'll have to think more seriously about it.

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Old 02-09-2007, 10:33 AM
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Re: new project 243AI

Hi Tony,
I too have been thinking of a 243AI. Excellent dies (Redding), brass (lapua) is a good start. Our of interest what barrel lenght, stock, action do you plan?

Glen - New Zealand
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Welcome to the forum.....Might try Reloader 22 with the 105's if you have access to it.
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Old 02-09-2007, 08:58 PM
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This is a Cooper 243 AI with a 100 yard load work up for the 80 grain Berger flat base and V V 540, Lapua brass and F 210M primers. They are both 5 shot groups! Different twist than you mention and the most easily shooting load was the 85 Sierra and IMR 4064.
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Re: new project 243AI

Tony,

Sorry , I don't have loads for those bullets . My twist is 7.5 and I use the 107 smks at this point for my 243 AI . ( sako action, Schneider bbl 26", smithed by George Gardner of GA Precision).

I use 41.6 grs. of H4350 in Lapua brass lit by a fed gm 210 primer to push the 107 smk aroung 3050 fps as reported by my Oehler 35 .

That load has given 1/3 moa at 300 yds and groups at 100 were as small as .187 . AND , before I see flames and worse attached to this thread I will add that those groups were shot by a " picker " who had no time constraints and was shooting in ideal conditions . Meaning that I dont think I could reproduce them with any regularity in a br comp . That being said I must point out that I /it has done so many times . I dont know if I still have some of the old targets but if so I will post them .

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