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    Unless your rifle won't shoot the Jugg (in which case you may need to check and see if it's really a 308) I'd use them. There is no noticeable advantage one over the other but the Juggs are far more available.
     

    DGD6MM

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    Unless your rifle won't shoot the Jugg (in which case you may need to check and see if it's really a 308) I'd use them. There is no noticeable advantage one over the other but the Juggs are far more available.

    +1 This is true.
     

    SWRichmond

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    Tried the hybrids, couldn't get results. Starting using Juggernauts, great results. Initially (new barrel), very little sensitivity to seating depth. After 2100 rounds, VERY sensitive to seating depth; this was unexpected, and I found out the hard way. I have been simply following the throat out with seating, and suddenly jumping 0.015" = BAD. Seating them right at the lands now.
     
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    kansas

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    My rifle likes the Juggernauts best but couldn't find them and ended up trying some 190 SMKs and they work. Not as good but easier to find.
     

    savageshooter86

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    my new CBI barrel seems to love the 185 Jugg. Seems whatever I feed it and however I want to seat the bullets it shoots them excellent