155 A-Max

deergrunt

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I bought a box of Hornady A-Max bullets for my 308 Win. I took a sample size of 10 from a box of 100. The weight was taken from a Mettler AE200 scale and converted from grams to grains. Here are the weights as follows:

154.75
154.99
155.23
155.24
155.28
155.12
155.01
155.30
155.14
155.24

The spread from high to low is .55 grains within this sample size. How much of a difference will this make in pressure with all other factors being equal? Is this a normal spread in weight with match bullets? Or do I have way too much free time on my hands and need to take care of some yard work? Let me know what you think.

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The small difference in weight will have little effect on target. The factor to focus on is your ogive to base differences, sort accordingly.
 

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