Yes! Very fast shipping and THE BEST customer service in the industry hands down period. Steve is knowledgeable and more than willing to help get you shootin good AND you get to talk directly to THE man and not some flunky that don't know sheep sh** from wild honey.They were showing up 2 days after an order was placed... no "out of stock, overdue". My second batch took a couple weeks, but they notified everyone they were out for a few days. Generally, they ship same day or next day if it's late.
I’m aware. Using the same powder(lot also), brass, primer, with aeasy peasy..........pressure equals speed and speed equals pressure no free lunches buddy boy
Virtually no bloodshot meat. That's why I originally switched over. Additionally, each bullet is identical to 0.0005 - that’s their standard. No bullet sorting required. Add ridicuously easy load development and 0.5 groups or better average in all my rifles. Obviously I'm completely soldthanks guys for the info I looked at them a couple times but it didn't look like the bc was real good, but 200 fps extra would make up for that. I might turn that new 270 in to a western yet. Do they make a mess when they hit the target meat loss.
I have one rifle so far that's not shooting .5moa or smaller with hammers. .633" is my smallest group with 143 gr Hunters but let me say this, that's way better than the plus moa groups it shot with Barnes LRX and Nosler Accubonds. Hammers on average are the most accurate bullets I've shot to date.Virtually no bloodshot meat. That's why I originally switched over. Additionally, each bullet is identical to 0.0005 - that’s their standard. No bullet sorting required. Add ridicuously easy load development and 0.5 groups or better average in all my rifles. Obviously I'm completely sold
. Oh, and much better speed too!
Hotty Toddy Dakota!Hotty toddy, gosh a-mighty, bim bam, the deer is down - Rammer jammer with a copper Hammer!
Hotty Toddy Dakota! I have'nt tried loading any down for reduced recoil, but you may find less recoil at comparable velocities due to them being a lower pressure bullet. Seems like my 280ai had stiffer recoil with 145 gr Speer BTs than it does with the 143 gr Hunters at similar velocities. Might just be my imagination.Hotty toddy, gosh a-mighty, bim bam, the deer is down - Rammer jammer with a copper Hammer!
I'd try RL23, personally.Just received some 146gr HH for my Sako 85 Finnlite in 7mm RM. Couldnt get it to group any factory ammo less than an 1.25". Rifle doesnt like anything in the 160gr range, that I have tried so far. I have H1000, Retumbo, 7977 and RL23. Which of those should I try first? Hopefully I can find a load for this rifle.
ButterBean,I think you are right, in the US that's true.In the UK it's a different story, it's mighty expensive part of the equation.I didn't realise how good it is for you guys in the US I should move there,I think I would love it.And your late to the party as well" Barrel Longevity" is not much of a concern to most of us, It's the cheapest part of the equation