Looking for Load Data for Sierra 110gr Matchking for 6 Dasher

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  1. walker2713

    walker2713 Silver $$ Contributor

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    I've searched without success for any specific load data on this new bullet, even though I know I can use the Hodgdon 107gr load info from their site. Just hoping someone has worked with specifically with this new item.

    Can anyone share their experience, or point me in the right direction? Thank you.

    George
     
  2. expiper

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    I lowered my 107 SMK powder charge .3 gr,,,,Roger
     
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    walker2713 Silver $$ Contributor

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    Thanks....I've been using 32.8gr of Varget with the Berger 105 Hybrid, and want to try the Sierra's. I've also got a lot of IMR4064 I might try as well.
     
  4. dfry

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    Well I'm not shooting a Dasher but a BRX, I have been shooting the same load with the 110s I have been shooting with 107s and 105 Hybrids, I am shooting the middle node though. My 105s and 107s are right at 3000 and the 110s are doing 2950, I have a .170 freebore.

    Dave
     
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  5. 6brmrshtr

    6brmrshtr Wes Cummings Silver $$ Contributor

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    I'm using RL 16 w/ the 110 MK jumped .030 CCI450 primers. Velocity is 2886 in a Brux 30"
    1x7.5 twist in a Kelby F Class action chambered in 6 Dasher .268 neck.
    Shooting a 3/600 today in Fl @ 89 degrees on Silver Mountain Electronic Targets (SMET) I scored 200-8x, 197-11x, and 197-8x. Speed at the target on the first relay averaged 2277 for 20 shots. Group size was 0.8 - .07h x .05w for the first relay 20 shots. Dropped shots (6-9's) were attributed to shots fired during a boil which developed very rapidly prior to equally rapid mirage switching.
    Work up from 34 grains using a long drop tube
    Trickled slowly.
     
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  6. craigos

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    I am shooting 31.65gr of H4895 with a 110gr @ 2930 fps out a 26". Lapua Brass, CCI450 primers
     
  7. shanerbanner10

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    I'd really like to hear where you ended up on this.
     
  8. walker2713

    walker2713 Silver $$ Contributor

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    SB10: I'm still working on it....have had a hiatus while I resolved some barrel problems, and hope to get back to the Sierra 110's soon. Will update.
     
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    walker2713 Silver $$ Contributor

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    I went to the range today, and had 20 rounds loaded for testing and came home unsatisfied with the results. They seem not to do well in my rifle, and am going to go back to my 105gr Berger Hybrids. I'll sell the two unopened boxes I have. I know I could do more to try various seating depths etc., but I'm not that unhappy with the Bergers and don't plan to waste more time on the project.

    Thanks for the feedback and suggestions.

    George
     
  10. fm1947

    fm1947 Silver $$ Contributor

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    i have a BRX , just bought some 110 , you didn't say what load and powder you used
     
  11. MTSLW

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    I’ve been loading 31.5 gr Varget, getting 2890 out of a 25” barrel. Group well and has a 3-5 SD. Pushed them out to 1004yds at a steel match a couple weeks ago and they were very consistent. 1:8 twist but I’m at 4000’.
     
  12. dfry

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    Oops just saw this question. Same as my 105 and 107 load, 32.5 grs of Varget. Having to up the load now that there’s 1500 Rds on the rifle to get my velocity back, now 33 grs. Wolf SRM primers.
     

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