Re: reloading max load 308 lc brass
I won't say with Varget because the lot I have is slower than the lot of 4064 I have, by a lot. I have found that with LC match brass and a 168smk, 45 grns of 4064 flattens primers in 2 different savages but in 2 other rem700s it goes to 45.5grns before they flaten. I use 44.5 in the Savages and 45 in the remingtons, fast and very accurate. 41-42 would be a good starting point with a normal lot of Varget or about 42-43 with 4064.