I agree with Dave about "boredom" setting in. In my case when Shippensburg stopped shooting 200/300/500 meters and went with 100/200/300 that was...
How did you all fare in the super windy conditions?
+1 for Jason or Boyd both good guys to deal with!
High price MIGHT be worth it beyond 1000 yards. Normal ranges out to 5-600 or so don't think you'll see any vast improvements.
Just call Whidden and tell them what bullet you intend to use and they'll match up a seating stem for you.
Getting old isn't for sissies!
Whidden FL bushing die, Whidden bushings, Whidden Micrometer seater and specify what bullet you'll use so Whidden can match up the right seating...
You can go crazy with all of the voodoo involved with loading perfect brass. I used to shoot benchrest so I know of what I speak. You can...
Mine are .0145 per side. Loaded round neck diameter with Hornady 140 ELD-M is .294. I use a .291 bushing. This is for a no turn chamber.
I used a burial vault company. They move those heavy burial vaults for funerals all the time.
I have an APA Fat Bastard on my Creedmoor and like it a lot. It is loud however.
main advantage after twenty loadings I just throw the brass away when I get my first split neck. I don't anneal I've never seen the need.
I use a .060 freebore for anything from 55's to 105's. I primarily shot the Berger 105 VLD's in Ground Hog Matches with quite a bit of success.
FP10 is all I've ever used without a problem.
I'll be interested in your report. I have the barrel cool.....it's better than nothing.
I use Alpha Munitions brass. They did a report on LRP verses SRP.
Not to mention in the Match Results for the Shippensburg Ground Hog Shoot he beat his Dad!
I use a Sinclair Concentricity tool every now and again just to see where I'm at. I like you can not see the difference on the target. I agree...
Badger Ordnance is always my go to first choice followed by Seekins Precision.
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