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.308 Reloading data only

This is a discussion on .308 Reloading data only within the Reloading forums, part of the Sniping Related category; Originally Posted by Mr.Tenery Great thread i have thumbed through and seen some info about 175 SMK and 185 Berger Juggernaut, im looking to handload ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Tenery View Post
    Great thread i have thumbed through and seen some info about 175 SMK and 185 Berger Juggernaut, im looking to handload for long range up to and hopefully past 1k mark, all information welcomed.
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    Perfect timing ,,as a new breed of bullets are coming about for 308 10twist perfect,Suppose to have insainely high BC's, I'll find the detail, it's a LEO,Military private research Company out of Denver ,retails the bullets ,Imagine a 167gr at 3200 fps,thru a 308 without high pressure or barrel burning.

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    Not the company I was looking for but same idea.
    http://precisionrifleblog.com/2015/0...-line-bullets/

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    These bullets sound like they are along the lines of the Barrett 416 MSG bullet.

    It's going to be interesting how one will get 168 gr "class" bullets up over 3,000 fps without burning up barrels. It's not so much the bullet that burns up the barrel as the heat from the powder charge. The "stuff" that causes throats to fire crack and all that which leads to barrel's loss of accuracy.

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    [QUOTE=tric3imagery;456459]Not the company I was looking for but same idea.
    First Look: New Super-High-BC Flat Line Bullets - PrecisionRifleBlog.com

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    Thanks for the info, hopefully in may ill get out to the range with some handloads and will be able to post load development data for yall.
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    Yes it wasn't the company I was talking about I talked to this guy who was involved with crazy extreme BC bullets and speeds,it's in Denver the retail to civilian, but I forgot the name ,it's in Denver CO,darn my memory is bad.If anything pops up let me know,Thanks Mr Tenery

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    Mile High Shooting and G9 bullets I believe.

    http://www.milehighshooting.com/g9-c...308-154-1-435/

    Though that was very hard to read so I could be wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhyno430 View Post
    Mile High Shooting and G9 bullets I believe.

    http://www.milehighshooting.com/g9-c...308-154-1-435/

    Though that was very hard to read so I could be wrong.
    BINGO,perfect, I talked to a guy who's development for LEO and military at Cabelas, only place for civilians was Mile High Shooting, Thank You sir👍

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    Barnes 168gr TTSX... WTFO

    Has anyone tried the 168 grain Barnes TTSX bullets? I really like this bullet in my 6.8SPC AR's and decided to try for a hunting load in 308. Haven't had much luck with 4064 primers are showing signs of pressure with the starting load. This bullet brought me my ever first blown primer with federal brass, I switched to new Winchester brass and had my second blown primer. Fortunately I've incurred no bolt face damage. Barnes recommends Varget so I'm starting at the bottom and going half way. 41.0gr to 43.5gr. If 41.0 gives me a flat primer, I'm gonna be pissed.

    PS New Winchester brass is junk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRDFurgesson View Post
    Has anyone tried the 168 grain Barnes TTSX bullets? I really like this bullet in my 6.8SPC AR's and decided to try for a hunting load in 308. Haven't had much luck with 4064 primers are showing signs of pressure with the starting load. This bullet brought me my ever first blown primer with federal brass, I switched to new Winchester brass and had my second blown primer. Fortunately I've incurred no bolt face damage. Barnes recommends Varget so I'm starting at the bottom and going half way. 41.0gr to 43.5gr. If 41.0 gives me a flat primer, I'm gonna be pissed.

    PS New Winchester brass is junk.
    I still have 2 boxes of them. Just like you are describing, I got flattened primers, but no other pressure signs. I used 44.5gr 4064 and 45gr varget. I'll edit this later when I check my notes if the powder charge was different from posted. The 45 gr with varget gave good consistency vertically, and the bullets were always touching horizontaly. 4064 didn't yield as good results, but was hunting worthy. FYI, these are supposed to be used at high velocity, so maybe not the best choice for 308win unless you drop to a 150 gr bullet, or shoot the 168's at closer ranges. I could never get the 168's above 2740fps, and they dropped 6" at 100 yd compared to the 168 Nosler BT. I was going to use them for moose at 30-150 yards. They need a good jump to the lands due to the solid construction. How far off the lands are you setting them?

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    Why are you shooting copper bullets? Are you hunting in CA? If not, ditch em and get a Target bullet from Sierra, Hornady, or Berger.
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