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243 107gr charges?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by BigBadBill, Jul 30, 2007.

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  1. BigBadBill

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    Am looking for suggestions on loading my 243 Savage for long range bench shooting. Using Krieger barrel 1 in 8 twist. Looking at 107 gr. bullets. What have you found to be the best charge?
     
  2. ajax

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    Bill I'm sorry to say I don't know squat about the .243. I just wanted to say hi to a new member and say someone who does know something about .243 will probably be by soon.
     
  3. ChuckNorris

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    243 is my personal favorite sorry but i dont know jack about reloding
     
  4. BigBadBill

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    Thanks guys. Also I am using Lapua brass.
     
  5. Jim Watson

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    A friend has a 6mm Rem set up like that for Long Range, so I cannot provide recipes, but he has flip-flopped between 4350 and 4831. Hasn't tried any Reloder or Vihtavuori, he had good data from the previous owner.
     
  6. BigBadBill

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    anybody try h1000? or have any charge numbers?
     
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  8. BigBadBill

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    Thanks a lot. I have gotten the info from Hodgdon, was just wanting some feedback from those with personal experience. I'll look at that other site thanks again.
     
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