That's my do not exceed manual. It has the highest charge weight with the lowest expected velocity.
I think I'll sit on them for now until I see someone who's trying a bunch of bullets without luck.
I loved the PIF thread. What an I supposed to do with my unwanted bullets now?
I expected the jacket to give up. It's only made to hold up to the 218 bee. It was actually listed in my Speer manual.
That's the point I was trying to make. For 6 years the only deer rifle I had was an SKS. Even though it wasn't the best option, I made it work.
I personally dislike the 243 even on deer. It lacks the extreme velocity. It also doesn't have the bullet weight or diameter of larger cartridges....
27.0 in LC cases 26.8 in GFI or PPU.
My wife's 260 and 30-30 have stayed ready. I'm still spinning my wheels on where I want to hunt this year, but my 357 Rossi is ready. My 240 is in...
I finally got around to testing the 70RDF bullets and got 3" plus groups. So I started scrounging around my bench and found a bag of 40gr hollow...
It is a large plywood box. There are no exit holes on the back. My blocks are stacked sideways, not lengthways. If you don't believe me, try...
I knew you were joking. I had to go back and re-read his post to see that he actually didn't mention the cartridge when I read your first post.
Urban dictionary... Always good for learning slang.
Does that 25gr stick out the end of the barrel?
I guess he didn't specify and we took it for granted it was a 223.
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