IMR-4350 has worked well for me using 130 grain Ballistic Tip and Accubond bullets.
A good deer / predator cartridge would be the .357 Maximum.
Reloder 19 surprised me with how well it shot with a 90 grain Berger in my 243.
I'd give it a try if you have any sitting around.
I've had good results with 30.5 grains of H4895 with a CCI-BR4 primer. Bullets are jammed 0.007".
I also tested N135 extensively, but never got...
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I have received a couple of questions regarding the quantity per bag.
There are 100 bullets per bag for a total of 400 bullets.
Up for your consideration are the following:
1. 400 count of Nosler 95 grain Ballistic Tip bullets. These are blemishes from Nosler's Shooter's...
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+1 on Gray Laser Engraving. Here's the link to the firearm engraving portion of their website. https://graylaser.com/decorative/
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Never stepped on a rattler, but several years back I pulled my truck over on the side of a muddy two-track on our ranch a couple of hours before...
A basic BDC reticle has worked well for me.
Use a tapered expander button, or an expander mandrel.
I try to keep things simple and clean after every shooting session (regardless of round count) with a combination of Shooter's Choice / Butch's...
Brisket comes from the lower chest of the animal and a full "packer", composed of both the flat and point cuts, will weigh between 14 and...
To determine a load for your 280, please re-read the second paragraph of the Hodgdon document that I attached earlier in this thread. It states...
H4895. See attached for reduced load information.
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