lol yea...no idea what any of that is...am i ok reloading the way i am by just slammin em in my dies and making sure the measurements are close?? im trying to make a .243 load that gives at most 1" GROUPS at 200...havent found that yet...any suggestions
its a lyman x1000 or something like that...i got it replaced and it still does itevery so often but not near as much now...and lol cuz i was doing the same thing...hitting the **** CAL butting more than bullets seated in brass...ill just have to invest in a better scale i guess...thanks fellas
Its a Rem 700 24 or 26"heavy barrel not a krieger and yes i reload...
its my coyote rifle and and ive gotten 2 problem yotes from a sheep farm but that was between 150 and 250...wasnt sure how far i could knock em out from...but ill have to check the shirt with the pad insert out...and also...
Trim to length
might be a dumb question but whats is a bullet comparitor and what is the ogive?
So if my trim to length is 2.035 and my just fired rounds are at 2.040 or as long as 2.045 do i have to trim them?
im fairly new to reloading and i have a few questions
How important is the Overall Length of a fully completed round?
How important in the Trim to Length?
Can there be a .001" variation between brass?
EX> .243 should be 2.025"OAL with HDY 65gr Vmax and sometimes i mess up and seat the...
ive beeen shooting tmy .300 win mag alot lately..but my hard labor job had torn my labral cratilage and i was forced to but a rem 700 in SA 243..how far with what load can i shoot my 700 accurately with a killshot on what animal...please..any advice is appreciated
it seems like i have to re-zero my scale every time i dump the powder from it and i believe its throwing my loads of by .5 gr..am i doing something wrong??or do i need a new one...no airdraft its level on a smooth surface...i dont know what else to do
sorry i keep changing my mind but i couldnt find a 250 in the rem 700 so i went with the 243 win... sighted it in and hit the fields for some groundhogs but the windy day kept em in their holes...goin next monday to try n pop some yotes...ill let u know how i make out...thanks for the advice of...
im pickin up my coyote gun tomorrow a Remington 700 SPS Varmint in 22-250 and would like to know exact load specs..
grain of bullet
type of bullet
exact grains of powder measured
also new to reloading so anything would help out.. thanks men