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Berger Seating Depth Test sons 6mmBR

Loaded 30 gr Varget 6 shots each 10 jam and 40, 80, and 120 jump.  40 looks good.

Eric
NRA Benefactor Life Member<br>Crafty Old Fart

Re: Berger Seating Depth Test sons 6mmBR

Reply #1
Eric, what bullet, the 105's?

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Reply #2
Yeah what bullet? VLDs or hybrids? 105s?
Dave

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Reply #3
Berger 105 VLD was the bullet.   The top 3 were .48 in.

Savage 12 Benchrest with screwed on .236 4 groove Brux.
NRA Benefactor Life Member<br>Crafty Old Fart

Re: Berger Seating Depth Test sons 6mmBR

Reply #4
At 0.040" OTL you'll have a nice broad depth 'node'.  That gun is a shooter for sure!  Nice work Eric.

Robin

Re: Berger Seating Depth Test sons 6mmBR

Reply #5
Berger 105 VLD was the bullet.   The top 3 were .48 in.

Savage 12 Benchrest with screwed on .236 4 groove Brux.

Hunting or Target VLD?
Dave

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Reply #6
Target.
NRA Benefactor Life Member<br>Crafty Old Fart

Re: Berger Seating Depth Test sons 6mmBR

Reply #7
Target.

Nice I've never used the Target bullet, always shot the Hunters. Someone convinced me once the targets were more finicky to tune.

Just goes to show you have to test in your rifle.
Dave

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Reply #8
105 targets have done well for me.

For perspective what distance - I’m assuming 100 yards.

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105 targets have done well for me.

For perspective what distance - I’m assuming 100 yards.

You assumed wrong 😂 it says 300 yards in the second pic 😲
Dave

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Reply #10
I may have the names and faces confused but I think Eric's son shot his smallest group ever in competion at Elbow Lake in the MN State Championship.
Dave