9.3x62 Norma 232g Vulkan

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9.3x62 Norma 232g Vulkan

Post by jrl62 » Sun Jun 10, 2018 5:41 pm

(Cartridge) 9.3x62

(Brand of bullet) Norma Vulkan

(Weight of bullet) 232 grains

(Brand of brass) Hornady

(Type of powder) Varget

(Grains of powder) 58.5

(Brand, and type of primer) Federal 210

(COAL)

(CBTO)

(FPS/MPS) guessing 2,650 fps plus or minus

(Rifle) R8

(Barrel Length) 580mm

(Scope) Leica ERi 2.5-10x42

(Weather conditions & temp) 95 F; brisk quartering wind

(Accuracy @ 100 yards/meters) Sub-MOA

(Notes) 6 shot group with one flyer due to operator error. A friend loaded these rounds so I am not sure of COAL.
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Re: 9.3x62 Norma 232g Vulkan

Post by 9.3x64 » Sun Jun 10, 2018 7:53 pm

Gee that's good shooting and very useful load.
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Re: 9.3x62 Norma 232g Vulkan

Post by SPEEDY » Sun Jun 10, 2018 8:56 pm

I wish I could have got some to try when I had my 9.3, it would have been a great round for longer shots at Deer and goats.
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Re: 9.3x62 Norma 232g Vulkan

Post by 7x57 » Mon Jun 11, 2018 4:50 pm

Nice group. I like he 9.3 for this reason. Haven't had much that wouldn't shoot well in it and even tried a 210 mono that was superb. Now using the Norma Oryx 286gr that I was given (several boxes) and they shoot accurately as well.
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