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Starting With 264WM Development

 
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Old 02-12-2013, 01:42 AM
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Re: Starting With 264WM Development

Forgot to mention that was with Retumbo.
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Re: Starting With 264WM Development

Sorry, I meant 68.5 grains. I worked up to it slowly and then went 0.5 grains higher to find that the 69 grain load made the casing want to stick to the chamber a little bit. Should see more this weekend.
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