I would use the powder I don't use for hunting or quality purposes, use what you have in the back of shelves, 120 ballistic tips by nosler are cheap and easy to tune, use any low b/c bullet for playing. Save all quality bullets which are to you for for your serious shooting purposes. My thought anyways that's what I did with my kiddos.so I'm going to reload some range/practice ammo for my daughters 6.5cm rifle
I'm looking for an "easy to find accuracy" bullet for practice at the range on paper and for steel
what bullet has given you good accuracy and was easy/quick to find the load for? the more time we can spend practicing at the range the better so I hope to not have to spend lots of time finding an accurate load.
I know each rifle is different but usually there seems to be a pattern with these things
I would prefer a "less expensive" bullet as these will be for practice for her and we don't need "premium" at this time-- a "dual purpose" target/hunting bullet would be nice but not necessary as I will most likely load up some HH bullets for her hunting loads
as far as powder, I have RL16 and varget, but I know H4350 is very popular too and available at my LGS
what have been your "easy to load" bullets for this cartridge?