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Re: 'Scoping the Steyr M-95
Old 11-23-2004, 09:38 PM
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Default Re: 'Scoping the Steyr M-95


I am having very good results with Reloder7 in everything from .44-40, .303 Savage, 7.5 Swiss , 7.62x54R and .32sp ,with the 160 cgc Lee, got 2200fps in the Swiss and 2300 in the 7.62x54R, the M44 still gives only fair results even with almost .314 sizing.
Even the .44-40 did well with this powder and cast bullets.
I am awaiting a chance to try some of the 310gr you sent, if I can figure out a way to make them chamber in my '92.
Of course I am not trying to shoot when the water has already turned hard.
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