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    Hornady 7mm Rem brass

    Looking for Hornady 7mm Rem brass. Let me know what you’ve got. I’d be paying via PayPal.
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    How would you read these OCW groups?

    41.7 takes it. At both 2.837 (top) and 2.840 (bottom) but I’ll be focusing on 41.7 @ 2.837 for the duration. Thanks, all, for your comments and suggestions.
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    How would you read these OCW groups?

    My wife has never accused me of having a stiff rear, but I’m trying my best at the gym. Butt, seriously, that’s also a real possibility. Thanks for chiming in.
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    How would you read these OCW groups?

    Thank you, everyone. Like I’ve said to several of you, I feel like I’m learning just enough to confuse myself.
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    How would you read these OCW groups?

    No, I shot the OCW w/ 2.837 COAL. I derived the 2.837 from the promising group that 41.9 @ 2.840 showed. I’m really trying to figure out the baseline to start from. In watching the video from Ryan Furman that you showed me, he suggested seating depth test first, so that’s what I was trying to...
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    How would you read these OCW groups?

    I've ran tests at multiple charge weights, multiple seating depths, nothing really getting me where I need to be. An earlier test at 41.9gr for seating depth had me at 2.840 showing the most promise. I saw/read that seating depth changes should be done in .003" increments, so I did 2.837 for...
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    How would you read these OCW groups?

    I’ve got RL26, but was going to save it for my 7mm Rem and 6.5PRC. I’m ok with the slower 2650-2700 speeds with the high-BC ablr, as long as I can get it consistently sub-moa. But I might also try some loads above 42.5 and see where I max out pressure-wise, and see if there’s another node...
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    How would you read these OCW groups?

    Thanks—I feel like I’ve been reading a lot, but not absorbing. I haven’t done any brass prep, save for trimming. I’m kind of back to the drawing board with this. I’ve done several pressure tests up to 42.5gr and feel like there is more room to go higher. Velocity at 42.5 is ~2700fps. Am I...
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    How would you read these OCW groups?

    I’m trying to find the OCW for my 6.5cm and it’s proving to be elusive, most likely due to my ignorance. Am I on the right track with this picture? I chose one seating depth, based on a promising* group I previously fired. H4350 41gr-42.5 in .3gr increments CCI BR2 primers Hornady brass...
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    Absolute Hammer load data

    Looks like the HH’s take it. I’ve got about 7lbs left of RL26, so it seems like a prime candidate @ 3200+.
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    Really!

    But it worked out so well for Marlin and their QC to move to NY, remember?
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    Absolute Hammer load data

    Do you guys think H4350 is fast enough for the 155AH in a 7mm Rem Mag? Trying to decide on the 155HH with H1000/RL26 or 155AH w/ H4350, if it's fast enough.
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    Really!

    Preach @orkan I think I saw you in a commercial a while ago...
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    Bonded 140gr “seconds” from Midway; update

    @B-LOT Banga @Hespco @Stammster Since you guys were very engaging in Hespco’s thread about the Speer Deep Curl bullets at Midway, I figured I would update on my progress with these. I found 48.7gr of RL-26 to give me ~2800 FPS average (6.5 Creedmoor, Savage Ultralite 22” PROOF barrel) and...
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    Spring Field Armory 2020, anyone use one?

    The 20” barrel is only in .308 if I remember correctly. 22” in 6.5CM and 24” in 6.5PRC I think. All plenty sufficient barrel lengths for what the OP is describing.
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