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Old 01-16-2018, 08:23 AM
Polaris Polaris is offline
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Originally Posted by Gustro79 View Post
Polaris, great info. I happen to have around 700 of the 155 noslers and 4064 so I'm good there. I presume that you don't crimp... I typically use CCI 200 primers in the bolt guns...any particular reason for the Fed?
I agree on 4064: it is shaping up to be a MVP powder that shoots either great or good in the largest percentage of my rifles, both bolt and semi-auto.

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Just used the Fed 210 match primers as that's what I had for "match" loads. They worked, so I stuck with them. In an iron sighted military rifle, I doubt I could tell the difference vs. Non match primers though unless the load was particularly fussy. This one seems not to be in my rifles. I've moved around the powder charge finding 200 and 100 yard zeros for my rifle and the groups held up. Try your CCIs first and see if you get the results you're looking for
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Old Yesterday, 05:28 PM
alined alined is offline
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I have a lot of gp11 ammo so I don't worry much but the ammo seems to have ebbs and flows in production so it could and has been hard to find and pricy at times for the K31s. 30-06 can be made at the drop of a cam. The gp11 is a bit harder to recreate but can be done well with time and care. Much more persnickety than 30-06 reloads in my opinion. Btw I use an eddystone with very nice results.
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