110gn Trail boss load

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110gn Trail boss load

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(Cartridge) 30/06

(Brand of bullet) Speer HP

(Weight of bullet) 110gn

(Brand of brass) Lapua

(Type of powder) Trail Boss

(Grains of powder) 20gn

(Brand, and type of primer) Winchester large magnum

(COAL) will get back on that one

(CBTO)

(FPS/MPS) 2010fps

(Rifle) K95

(Barrel Length) 20"

(Scope) 2-7x36 Kahles

(Weather conditions & temp) bloody hot, dry and gusting wind

(Accuracy @ 100 yards/meters) 1/2"

(Notes) I seated it down to the crimp, not compressed but close to it.
Consistent velocity with a surprising ES of 15fps, very low recoil and noise, louder but similar to a 22mag.

It will make a perfect varmint round, cheap, accurate, easy on the shoulder and the ear.
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Re: 110gn Trail boss load

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I just did the math on this load, it has the trajectory of a 22mag, cost exactly the same as Highland 22mag ammunition and has over 3X the energy.
I think I achieved everything I wanted from this load.
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Re: 110gn Trail boss load

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Looks like a very useful load to me. I’ve used very simular loads for dispatching small to medium vermin with reduced recoil and muzzle blast.
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Re: 110gn Trail boss load

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I'll be interested to hear how the HP opens up at those speeds.

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Re: 110gn Trail boss load

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They are a varmint round with a big, deep hollow point so I expect them to open up fine at lower velocity.
They look like a big Winchester super X 22WMR bullet.
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