Load development problem

skipglo

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The great American reloading depression is now reaching Canada in a bigger way. I believe there will be far more load development now than ever before as we have no choice but to try what's available! Adds a whole new realm of challenges....heck....I even bought my first Barnes TSX to load for 270 wsm...die hard Hornady fan with a few SMKs in .338. Pretty much a three powder kind of Guy...now I bought my first pound of Reloader 33....look at me go!
 

Shane Lindsey

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Seat those Barnes deep and run em fast...Should be good...

Mine shot very well in the cases I loaded them for. Wouldn't use them for more than about 400 yards though.
 

skipglo

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Seat those Barnes deep and run em fast...Should be good...

Mine shot very well in the cases I loaded them for. Wouldn't use them for more than about 400 yards though.
They shoot great. .336 @100 . Truly impressed for a first time load. No change in POI at all from Hornady 150 SP. Got a great standby for 270 wsm. Maybe the shortage isn't such a bad thing!
 

ky hunter

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The great American reloading depression is now reaching Canada in a bigger way. I believe there will be far more load development now than ever before as we have no choice but to try what's available! Adds a whole new realm of challenges....heck....I even bought my first Barnes TSX to load for 270 wsm...die hard Hornady fan with a few SMKs in .338. Pretty much a three powder kind of Guy...now I bought my first pound of Reloader 33....look at me go!
 
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