I would not load them .002” off the lands. Essentially you’re jamming the projectile. Pressure spikes typically occur when jamming and can cause flyers (see group C)
Keep at, looking good 👍🏻
That's thin glossy cardboard. The rubbery stock finish likes to grab the rest.got a silly question? Is there a spray or wax we could use on the forend , so it will slide with ease
I don't know why I have to fight with this anti spam nonsense to post or reply. It's taking me four or five tries to post. I'm thinking I'm done with this horse chit. I type in exactly what it says,and no dice. Bunch a bull chit.
The only thing that all the folks have in Common is they do all resided in Cody, Wyoming other than that they all do their own thing...
I got out to the range today to see what load groups the best. Let me start off with I do not claim to be any sort of sharp shooter whatsoever. That being said, it was interesting to see how the different loads did group. The first group with 41.6 grains of H 4350 grouped pretty good but then at 41.7 it opened back up and at 41.8 it got really tight but there was one flier that was more me than the gun. 41.9 is too bad but the best is 41.8 grains of H 4350, Hornaday ELD-X 143 grain.