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Sierra .224 65 grain bullets
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 11, 2018 9:27 pm    Post subject: Re: Sierra .224 65 grain bullets Reply with quote

I hear you mate...loud n clear
Im at home in process of preping .308 for bedding job really enjoying doing it this time around... did 270 a few years back and she shoots just fine n dandy so this time around I have more confidence.... didnt need to own a .308win having a .270 for open country and a x39 for bush work but the itch needed to be scratched....with it I will be able to have reloads from 45grns to 200grns LMAO will be 125-130-150 or 180s it gets fed and probably wont ever see a mono projectile at all. Scratch Scratch oh yes it will Poke Poke monolithic cast lead jobbies at subsonic speed if I ever get around to loading some Very Happy Very Happy

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