Re: Trick to jumping bullets???
I don't have a mountain of experience in jumping bullets such as this, but I have loaded a couple of them. What I have found to improve accuracy in them is to change powder. For instance, my Rem 600 chambered in 6mmRem wouldn't shoot better than 2+" with IMR4064 when the bullets were seated to mag length but when I switched to H4895 the groups tightened up to 5/8", which is the same as the 4064 load with the bullets near touching the lands. I don't really understand why the propellent makes a difference but it sure does. I had a 264Win with this same problem but don't recall the details as I don't have the rifle anymore.