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    QuickLoad 6.5 Creedmoor Request 142acblr

    Thanks Dr. Mike
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    QuickLoad 6.5 Creedmoor Request 142acblr

    Looking for QuickLoad Data 6.5 Creedmoor 22 inch 1-8 twist barrel VV N555 Powder Nosler 142 grain Accubond Long Range #58922 Thanks Mike
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    NOSLER 270 (.277) 165gr SP AccuBond-LR

    OK thanks I have shot the 150 Accubond LR very little but manage to shoot a .865 group at 100 yards 2777 fps. Guess I will stay with them. Thank you for the quick response.
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    NOSLER 270 (.277) 165gr SP AccuBond-LR

    I have a 270 Win. 1 in 10 twist 24 inch barrel.
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    NOSLER 270 (.277) 165gr SP AccuBond-LR

    Anyone here that has tried this bullet yet? Interested in some load data if anyone has any suggestions? Thanks Mike NOSLER 270 (.277) 165gr SP AccuBond-LR
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    129 &142 ABLR slow and fast

    I have decided to go with 38.30 grains of VV N140 with CCI LR200 Primers in a Hornady Case. Bullet is the 129 grain Nosler Accubond Long Range with a BTOJ of 2.208 in my Savage Axis. FPS for a 3 shot average of 2665. Just to let all who reads this I want you to know I use no junk equipment...
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    QuickLoad 6.5 Creedmoor Request

    Thanks a bunch DrMike
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    QuickLoad 6.5 Creedmoor Request

    If possible I would like Quickload Data info on my set up. Thanks Mike Savage Axis 6.5 Creedmoor 22 inch barrel. 1-8 Twist Bullet Nosler 129 Accubond Long Range. Primer CCI SRP Powder VV N140 Case Peterson SRP
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    129 &142 ABLR slow and fast

    Just a quick trip to the range this morning. 38.0 gr N140 2.790 coal fps 2710 avg 3 shots. 37.5 N140 fps 2666. same as above. Think I am going to play with the seating depth a little and bump the power up a little a like 38.2 and 38.4 It was hot like 2 shots then the barrel cooler. BTW the...
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    129 &142 ABLR slow and fast

    I use the RDF in almost all my target rifles. They like to jump. This rifle is my 2nd 6.5 creed. I have a Savage 110 desert tactical it is a bit too heavy for my kind of hunting in my area.
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    129 &142 ABLR slow and fast

    I am currently working up load development also for the 129 ABLR for whitetails here in NW Louisiana. Yesterday at the range I was testing My 6.5 Axis with a 22" barrel. Seems like the 129 ABLR is very similar to the 130 RDF. Here is my results using the RDF and N140 in Peterson brass 100 yards...
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    MagnetoSpeed

    Just a little add to. I have one of there barrel coolers and it quit on me a couple of weeks ago on a hot Sunday morning at my range here in Louisiana. I contacted their customer service by email and got a new one in the mail in less than five days even with all the delayed shipping due to...
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    I Despise Coyotes!!

    I also take a coyote every time I can. This got in the way of my 270 Axis at about 50 feet the other morning. 130 BT He sat down to look at me sitting in my deer stand.
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    168 RDF BC?

    I bought my Rem 700 VSSF in 1995 and have not shot it that much. It came with a HS Precision stock. Recently I got it out of the closet added a Timney trigger and a Witt Machine Clamp on muzzle brake. The rifle having a 1-12 twist I just did not know if I could get the 168 & 175 to shoot well...
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    168 RDF BC?

    Well don't know what the BC is but my Rem 700 VSSF sure likes them. All 3 shot groups 100 yards ArComp powder.
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    168 RDF BC?

    Any info on what the BC of the 168 RDF will be? I have some blems about to hit my door from Shooters Pro Shop just wondering if anyone has info.
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    New project .223

    I use the Benchmark and Ar Comp because they are very stable at temperature changes IMR 8208 is about the same as Benchmark.
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    New project .223

    Benchmark 1st then AR Comp would be my choice because that is my 69 and 77 gr powders.
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    Thinking about a new press, How much of one do I need?

    Take a hard look at the new Frankford Arsenal Press looks very well made. If I did not have a T-7 and had more room that would be my choice.
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