Full disclosure...this is a dumb question from someone just trying to educate himself.A little 200 yard shooting today with some ammo I loaded up on Saturday. GAP Templar II / Ruckus, MCS PRS TCS, S&B 3x27 High Power
First 5 on paper cold bore after cleaning. Tried out some new printed targets...
34.5 grains of H4350, new GAP/Hornady brass, 107 SMK, old cci 400 primers (from the early 1980)
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Minus the dime...
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Still damn good.
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Full disclosure...this is a dumb question from someone just trying to educate himself.
I shoot the 107 SMKs in a 6cm and you shoot the 107 SMKs in 6GT. I load 41.2gr H4350 and you load 34.5gr H4350 according to your post. That's ~7 grains!!!
It's probably something simple, but what explains such a big delta is your powder charge vs. mine for the same grain bullet?
Wondering if I should be coming down a ton...
Thanks for the thumbs up guys ! I ain't done modifying yet lol!Greetings all. I'm new here and totally dig this site. This is my new Savage 110 LSS in 6.5 Creedmoor. I through on my Burris 5x25x50 optic and adjusted my length of pull to 15" (not seen in photo). They did a great job on this weapon and I'm doing real well at hitting at 760yrds. No complaints here!