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Unread 09-03-2012, 07:56 PM
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Re: Varget?????????

I have shot Varget between 20 and 85 degrees. It's very temperature stable.
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    Re: Varget?????????

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    I have shot Varget between 20 and 85 degrees. It's very temperature stable.

    thats some good info to have. thanks i guess i'm buying 8# now that way i have the same lot ###
    thanks for all the help
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    Re: Varget?????????

    Varget is a very stable powder...

    Was your rifle freshly clean? Usually need a few foulers shot through the barrel to settle it down...sometimes several.

    Good luck!
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    Varget is a very stable powder...

    Was your rifle freshly clean? Usually need a few foulers shot through the barrel to settle it down...sometimes several.

    Good luck!
    I usually make it a habit to always put fouling shots through my rifles before any serious shooting. I have found this to appear to be more rifle dependent than powder dependent though. I have a couple of rifled that shot to poi clean or dirty. They are rare though.
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    Nope it's not not to my knowledge anyway. Maybe the AC effected your gun somehow, with differing materials and what have you.

    +1

    Varget is very stable in temp changes.

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