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Unread 04-17-2008, 10:05 PM
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Though I have a bit more case capacity in my 22 caliber than you, I am having good velocity using H414 and H4350 and the 70gr Barnes TSX.

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    22-250 , 22-250ai

    I just started a Striker in 22-250 , 8 twist , 17" barrel , and working on a Encore , 7 twist , 18" barrel in 22-250AI.
    Powders : H414 , IMR4350 , 4831sc . Should have some results soon .
    Ray
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    That is a sharp looking firearm Brian. I really like that Gray stock.
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    thanks,rupe

    ray, i would like to try to shoot some 414,4350 but the wind has blowed 25 mph the last three days and i have not got to shoot it yet hope your project turns out good post some pic. when you get it going
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    338 hammer what round are you using?
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    Unread 04-19-2008, 02:57 PM
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    Man--sounds like just the project i wanna do. I'm probably gonna go with the Striker tho to have a magazine like Ray's doing. This for long range coyotes using the 75 or 80 A-Max. The 6th Hornady manual shows IMR 4895,RL-15,H 4350, H 414, VV N-160, and AA2700 for use with the 75's.

    Sierra's 5th Ed. shows XMR-4350, H4350 Ext., RE-19, IMR 4831, XMR-3100, H 4831 SC, and Re-22. This with their 80 SMK.
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