9.3x62mm Woodleigh 250gr RNSN

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9.3x62mm Woodleigh 250gr RNSN

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(Cartridge) 9.3x62mm

(Brand of bullet) Woodleigh RNSN

(Weight of bullet) 250gr

(Brand of brass) Norma

(Type of powder) ADI AR2208

(Grains of powder) 60.0

(Brand, and type of primer) CCI-200 Large Rifle

(COAL) 3.210"

(FPS/MPS) unmeasured

(Rifle) Blaser

(Barrel Length) 20"

(Scope) Kahles 2.4-12x56

(Weather conditions & temp) 15deg Celcius no wind

(Accuracy @ 100 yards/meters) 0.5" (see pic below)

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Re: 9.3x62mm Woodleigh 250gr RNSN

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Very impressive accuracy, well done. :clap:
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Re: 9.3x62mm Woodleigh 250gr RNSN

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Thank you, but I can't take all the credit. The rifle is a tack driver! Shot another group with a different projectile with same result apart from a 1" POI shift.

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Very nice grouping and shooting. :dance: :clap:

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lovely. I'm using Magnum primers in my 9.3x62 . I started using them when I loaded the woodleigh hydro's. I use them in all my load for the 9.3 now.

here is a link I did a few years back on the 9.3 x62

https://www.blaserbuds.com/forum/viewto ... =22&t=5275
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Cool group that is.....makes me think of getting a 9.3.....
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Joe338ST wrote:
Sun Jun 28, 2020 6:42 am
Cool group that is.....makes me think of getting a 9.3.....
I can find out if that one is still for sale if you want. Awesome barrel. :handgestures-thumbup:
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Mine shoots the 286gr rnsn billets like that. Super cal!
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deerhunter338mag wrote:
Sun Jun 28, 2020 6:28 am
lovely. I'm using Magnum primers in my 9.3x62 . I started using them when I loaded the woodleigh hydro's. I use them in all my load for the 9.3 now.

here is a link I did a few years back on the 9.3 x62

https://www.blaserbuds.com/forum/viewto ... =22&t=5275
Nice one!

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Re: 9.3x62mm Woodleigh 250gr RNSN

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Vaughan wrote:
Sun Jun 28, 2020 12:02 pm
Mine shoots the 286gr rnsn billets like that. Super cal!
Awesome!

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Re: 9.3x62mm Woodleigh 250gr RNSN

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Nice. I have also had very good accuracy from a 9.3x62. The 9.3s are great rounds for the bigger animals in Australia and I find them to be very shootable.

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