Originally Posted by kdc415
Thanks for the info. Your 'good luck' comment made me chuckle as I was sort of expecting that. I want some to go bang, but I only need 1 rifle to be accurate on coyote. I'm green and not familiar with that combo you said could crease the same hole. Could you elaborate? Or is that like asking a stranger for numbers of hot fishing ground!
No real big secret with that one hole round=Now that its been found
That load was my standard prairie dog load for a coupe of years for a Ruger VT and the AR. Its cheap and works in a number of guns alright but in the case of the old 14 twist J action Savage its the only thing it will shoot sub MOA
It takes a new or once fired winchester case,must be a neck tention thing?
A Hornady SPSX 55 grain flat base bullet=They cut the crown with a hacksaw!
25.5 grains of AA2200 powder, its an old surplus powder that was very cheap back in late 1990s -early 2000s.
A CCI 450 primer=no other primer seams to work with this powder for some reason?
COL has to be 2.27.....Too long to fit in the AR or CZ magazine
Like I said its no secret just tuff to find!
this load does a great job of killing, it does not blow a prairie dog up like a VMax but just like a coyote they are just plain dead.
The only downside is it tends to fall out of the sky after 300 yards.