338 edge with N570

danj

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Anyone using N 570 with their edge. just picked up 8lb jug and going to give it a try. Rifle shoots great with 91gr of H-1000 but running out . need a starting load 300gr bergers bertram brass. I was thinking 93 grs but don't know .Any info would be helpful .
 

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N570 should be great that is my favorite powder for my 338 Lapua but I cannot give you any information on the edge
 

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Let me go check some old data but I have tried everything at one point or another reloader 33-h1000 N-570 and Retumbo. 570 was the best powder for sure but it is a little pricey and hard to come by at one point that is when I tried others I started with reloader 33 early on in my reloading and it was just so dirty but I believe I could’ve got better results now as my processes have improved at first I really didn’t know what I was even doing lucky I didn’t blow myself up but a while back when I bought 16 pounds worth I started with retumbo and I have had good luck with it and that is what I’m currently using now although currently the vv powders are becoming more available than retumbo
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Mine is 4.1 coal and I ran up to 100 grains. But around 95- 96 is where it wanted to shoot. Usually if you have a H1000 load, Retumbo is another grain. And N570 is 2 grains more than H1000. For example I run 93 grains H1000 in my edge with 300 grain Bergers.
 

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