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#6974163 - 11/27/17 02:55 PM 22-250 & 65gr SGK
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trying a different route here. Have a bunch of 65gr SGK's and want to try them in my 22-250 Rem 700, 24", 1x8 twist. Using varget, started @ 32.5 and increased by .3 to 33.7. Seems more powder bigger groups. 32.5 was not bad but should I go down by .3 and try lower charges? I do not have a Sierra book yet (but will) so any input would help for now. Thanks. Also do not have a chrono either.
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#6974220 - 11/27/17 03:42 PM Re: 22-250 & 65gr SGK [Re: BassCat'99]
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I'm showing max of about 34 grains. I'd keep going up and see what you get. Change up your seating depth some or a different primer, and retry.
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#6974557 - 11/27/17 08:46 PM Re: 22-250 & 65gr SGK [Re: BassCat'99]
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