To avoid this, I just use a fine point sharpie and write load and OAL on case, so I know what each load is. DaveCharlie-NY":2b7grkxl said:Try to NOT accidently spill that box of ammo! I've done it when a box top flipped open and had a pile of scrambled ammo rolling off the bench. What a waste of time and $$$$$$.
Yea not very confident but I had to find something that shoots good out of my rifle. Out of the six tested 4 where promising with the powder used. I'll try those rounds again with that powder at the weight that had the best group. Plus I'll try different powder with each projectile just to see if I can make it better or not. Then I should be able to have a good accurate round that I will load and do a bit of shelf stocking.ShadeTree":3danbj11 said:Wow that's a lot of loads to put down range. You must be more confident in replacing primers than I am at the moment. Should be fun, hope it shoots well for you.