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6XC

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(Cartridge) 6XC

(Brand of bullet) Hornady AMax

(Weight of bullet) 105gr

(Brand of brass) Norma

(Type of powder) IMR4350

(Grains of powder) 39.5

(Brand, and type of primer) Rem 9-1/2

(COL) 2.65"

(FPS) 2874 fps

(Rifle) R8

(Barrel Length) 22" Std Barrel

(Scope) Weaver 3-10X40 Grand Slam Tacticle Mildot/.1 Mil Clicks

(Weather conditions & temp.) Low 70's/29.79"

(Accuracy @ 100 yards/meters) .5 MOA @ 200M


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Re: 6XC

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Hi dchamp,
Just wondering if you have had a chance to do anymore testing with this load?
Looks very promising.
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Re: 6XC

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9.3x64 wrote:
Fri Dec 07, 2018 2:39 am
Hi dchamp,
Just wondering if you have had a chance to do anymore testing with this load?
Looks very promising.
Yes, but I've run out of AMax's and am now using Nosler 105gr RDF's seated @ 2.71"oal. My Blaser seems to like anything 105gr and powder charges of 38.5-39.5gr's w/appropriate powders, IMR4350, VVN550, RL16-17, etc. I get faster velocities with VVN550 & RL17 but since I have a pot full of IMR4350 that's what I'm using until it's gone.

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Re: 6XC

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Here are some other possibilities using the 105gr Nosler RDF bullet.
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Re: 6XC

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Thanks for the detailed reply mate, really appreciate it.
I have not done any reloading with my 6XC yet but intend too soon and was just looking for a place to start with 2209 and 105 Bergers.
Looks like 39 grains is a good starting point for my R8.
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