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Posted: September 08 2017 at 7:18pm | IP Logged Quote LAH

Shooting through a bunch of bulk bullets I purchased some time ago. These were pulled & sized by Talon Industries here in WV. When you turn one loose it's anybodies guess just where it will go. They
do seem to group better as the range extends.

The load for these 2 targets was 49 grains of a rather slow lot of 4895 & a CCI #34 primer.

300 yd.



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Not bad!
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Posted: September 09 2017 at 4:42am | IP Logged Quote Old Ranger

Dat's what we call MOCC..
Minute Of Chest Cavity!

Good shootin too. For old pulls that's really good.
Shucks, I'm proud of ya!

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Very good grouping. That load certainly stabilized that bullet. And they hit pointy end first.

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I'd call a 3" or less group at 300 yards pretty darn good. What rifle/scope combo were you shooting?

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Yup, both groups suggest sub-m.o.a. accuracy. Pretty difficult for ME to argue with, from any rifle.
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Posted: September 09 2017 at 7:38pm | IP Logged Quote LAH

Thanks guys. The rifle is a 700 Remington with a Whitetail Classic 6.5X20 Mil Dot. I'll do a thread on the rifle when I get time.

This load has never shot under an inch at 100 yards. I've put a bunch of these pulled bullets down range but if memory serves its never went under 2
inches at 200. Go figure.

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Lynn, I'm sure there are loads that print tight at 100 with this weapon yes? And do those fair as well at the greater distance like these pulls do? Just wondering...

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Posted: September 11 2017 at 7:39pm | IP Logged Quote LAH

Ranger I shoot Sierra & Remington 150 in this rifle. The
Remington's go 'bout an inch & the Sierra will go under an
inch at a 100. Can't remember shooting the Remington on
down range but the Sierra does just over an inch at 200. I
picked up some "target" bullets the other day to see what
the little rifle will do.

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Posted: September 12 2017 at 2:59am | IP Logged Quote Old Ranger

Thanks Lynn. Always had a preference for Sierra bullets myself. I'll be looking forward to your summary of the new projectiles.

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