This has to do with the bearing surface of the bullet you're using being longer than the bullet that the data came from, also can be from the Metalurgical properties fo the jacket being diffrent and your brass might be thicker too.Yes 270.
I am currious tho, why would I start seeing pressure signs with flat primers 2 grains under recomended max load?
Are CCI BR2 primers lighter in construction than standard primers?
Matrix has a few bullets not listed on the site, so best to give Marshall a call/email.If you are refering to the .270, that would certainly work with the 165g bullets.
If it is the 6.5-06, I don't think that bullet weight would work, and I have looked at the Matrix bullets and it seems that they don't offer a VLD bullet in a 6.5 cal.
just looking for clarification...
Matrix has a few bullets not listed on the site, so best to give Marshall a call/email.
I'm currently using a 142gr VLD in my 6.5-06 with excellent reults (on paper) so far. RL25 seems to be the best powder I've tried to date.
Also trying out some of his new VLD's in my 300 Win Mag, 168, 185 and 210's. Haven't done much with the 168's and 210's yet, but the 185's are showing some promise.
Just curious what twist you are looking at. My 6.5-06 is 1:8.5, shoots 140 Accubonds and the 142 Matrix incredibly well if I do my part.Awesome! Thanks for the clarification. I want to build a diffrent 6.5-06 AI with a faster bbl than the one I had previously. This looks promising. I used RL22 and got awesome accuracy with 129g Hornadys, But had pressure spikes on hot days. RL-25 would be a better fix.