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This is a discussion on Mini-14 Target- Harmonic Dampener Adjustments within the Ruger Semi-Auto forums, part of the Rifle & Shotgun Forum category; Hey outback, Try the 40 vmax hornady with the max charge of H335, that produced under 1moa, best was around .525" 5 shots. Thats my ...


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Old April 23rd, 2017, 04:16 AM   #31
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Hey outback,

Try the 40 vmax hornady with the max charge of H335, that produced under 1moa, best was around .525" 5 shots. Thats my load of choice for that rifle. My c.o.a.l. was 2.260" max. I also used cci #450 primers. May give you better results. The 52 grain sierra bthp does awesome as well.



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Thanks I saw that post earlier, I'll give that a try I have the powder, I tried V-max 60gr. and V-max 53gr. And Nosler 50gr Ballistic tip as well, I've got H335, tried H4598 as well as Varget, I bought this to develop a coyote rifle, 40gr may be a little light but I like punching paper too so maybe I'll have two loads in the end. I like the cylindrical powders for the weather stability, I hunt from 70 degrees to -20
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I also have a COAL of 2.245" Otherwise it gets close to rubbing in the magazine
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I also have a COAL of 2.245" Otherwise it gets close to rubbing in the magazine
Hmm, I will have to check my data recipe book. You may be correct, I load alot for ar rifles, so thats why the 2.260" stands out to me. My favorites are the 40 grain vmax with h335, 52 grain sierra bthp with benchmark, 55 fmj/wc extreme with benchmark, or varget, and 75 grain hornady bthp with H4895. Those have produced the best results through my 1n8 or 1n9 twist rifles. Also try the barnes tsx it comes from 45 to 70 grains, and is deadly on varmints.
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