It’s was built by Mike Johnson at Hells Canyon Armory. He does awesome work.Who did you have do your chamber/195 extended throat?
Totally agree!!This is exactly why people should not use other peoples " pet" loads.
My COAL is 3.654”. I’m .07 from JAM, not the lands. I’m very close to the lands, but that’s not where I measure from. And that COAL is for the load. The rifle will feed much longer rounds. My 195’s are around 3.75” I believe.
Me neither haha. That’s why I stated that it is custom built and throated. So there is much more case capacity than a factory round. Which I’m sure effect the combustion requiring me to need a little more powderOn the other hand, as a word of caution, in my Browning max long range 28N using N570 in a Norma case and the same bullet seated to a coal of 3.395 I show pressure signs at 79 grains and at 81 grains I’m close to blowing out primers. So as great as the above results are (and they are and congrats) I don’t suggest to people less experienced with a standard factory rifle start their hand loads at 84 grains and trying to duplicate these results.