Custom Build - 300 Win. Mag.

DrMike

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That's hard to take that sort of accuracy, Dan. (y) H1000 has been a great propellant for a number of rifles for which I loaded.
 

JD338

Range Officer
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Nov 4, 2004
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Excellent shooting Dan! You have great velocity and ES, SD numbers. I would call it good!
The MT elk are in deep dark trouble this fall!

JD338
 

NYDAN

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Sep 17, 2013
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That's hard to take that sort of accuracy, Dan. (y) H1000 has been a great propellant for a number of rifles for which I loaded.
Dr. Mike, you have referred to Forster dies many times over the years and I decided to try them. I got more consistency, and it sized the short neck all the way to the shoulder. These loaded rounds had a T.I.R. of only 0.001" measured on the ogive of the bullet. My group size dropped a full 0.2" for the same load when using a different resizing die. This made me a believer in Forster dies. Dan
 

NYDAN

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Sep 17, 2013
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Excellent shooting Dan! You have great velocity and ES, SD numbers. I would call it good!
The MT elk are in deep dark trouble this fall!

JD338
Thanks, Jim. I am going to try to get similar results now with the 180 gr. AB. Dan
 

DrMike

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Nov 8, 2006
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Dr. Mike, you have referred to Forster dies many times over the years and I decided to try them. I got more consistency, and it sized the short neck all the way to the shoulder. These loaded rounds had a T.I.R. of only 0.001" measured on the ogive of the bullet. My group size dropped a full 0.2" for the same load when using a different resizing die. This made me a believer in Forster dies. Dan
Glad they work for you as well as they have worked for me, Dan. They are worth the price, in my experience.
 
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