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    Quote Originally Posted by RB 60 View Post
    Find a supplier that your gun "likes" and stick with them. There are many factors (too many to list here) that can cause jams.
    Years ago I had an AR that I built for hunting coyote. I was not exactly finicky with ammo, but the Federal Premium V-Shok 55gr was always more accurate in the rifle. I hunted with that rifle for 3 years, and when I moved I sold it for more than I had in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WinterBorn View Post
    Years ago I had an AR that I built for hunting coyote. I was not exactly finicky with ammo, but the Federal Premium V-Shok 55gr was always more accurate in the rifle. I hunted with that rifle for 3 years, and when I moved I sold it for more than I had in it.
    I use 55gr. Nosler Ballistic tips in my Swift. I size, trim the cases and weigh each charge. It shoots rather well for a 70 year old rifle.

    Yes, gun prices are up. I'm considering selling a few.
    Common sense is not a gift, it's a punishment because you have to deal with everyone who doesn't have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RB 60 View Post
    I use 55gr. Nosler Ballistic tips in my Swift. I size, trim the cases and weigh each charge. It shoots rather well for a 70 year old rifle.

    Yes, gun prices are up. I'm considering selling a few.
    I built a ar just for accuracy shooting and have a match grade bull barrel on it.
    I shoot a 69 gr nossler match grade boat tail hollow point and use 4064 powder for it

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    I can find fired cases and bullets without problem. So are jacking up prices. Gun powder and primers are kinda hard to find primers mors so and the prices are stupid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch Uncle View Post
    There's probably others. I'm an active sport shooter and hog hunter but don't reload. What calibers do you reload? Any specific purpose such as bird hunting or long range shooting?

    Not when they keep refusing to stop the murder of children and lie about gun laws

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    Quote Originally Posted by evince View Post
    Not when they keep refusing to stop the murder of children and lie about gun laws
    HEY DUMB ASS ITS LIBERALS WITH STOLEN GUNS COMMITTING ALMOST ALL KILLINGS , GANGS DRUG DEALER THUGS .

    THE MAJORITY OF LEAGAL GUN OWNERS TRY TO PROTECT THEIR GUN RIGHTS and don't want to loose them thugs could care less.
    just as the post I did today where 2 liberals here locally bushwhacked to deputy's in a traffic stop and one used a child as a shield a baby in fact

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulletbob View Post
    HEY DUMB ASS ITS LIBERALS WITH STOLEN GUNS COMMITTING ALMOST ALL KILLINGS , GANGS DRUG DEALER THUGS .

    THE MAJORITY OF LEAGAL GUN OWNERS TRY TO PROTECT THEIR GUN RIGHTS and don't want to loose them thugs could care less.
    just as the post I did today where 2 liberals here locally bushwhacked to deputy's in a traffic stop and one used a child as a shield a baby in fact
    2/3s of "gun deaths" are suicides. One shot from their own gun. It's not rocket science.


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    Quote Originally Posted by evince View Post
    Not when they keep refusing to stop the murder of children and lie about gun laws
    I've never murdered anyone much less a child. Why do you want to treat me like a murderer and take away my guns?

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    actually duck by about 60 percent of gun deaths are suicides , then you need to add in accidental deaths from hunting mis handling etc. , then subtract gang killings and cartel deaths and you actually have a fairly low number .

    as far as rifles are concerned about 500 a year are killed with rifles all rifles types combined and there are dozens of dozens of different rifles.
    Very few are killed by the greaded ar 15 a year the democrat boogie man .

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    Quote Originally Posted by RB 60 View Post
    I use 55gr. Nosler Ballistic tips in my Swift. I size, trim the cases and weigh each charge. It shoots rather well for a 70 year old rifle.

    Yes, gun prices are up. I'm considering selling a few.
    69 grain match grad boat tail hp are my load for long range shooting . I use 4064 gun powder and weigh powder to within 1/10 a grain and set the bullets a bit longer but within specs and hand crimp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch Uncle View Post
    id that why you voted for a man and a party who want to do away with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulletbob View Post
    id that why you voted for a man and a party who want to do away with it
    Sober up, Bobbie. You're killing your liver drowning it before dinner every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bulletbob View Post
    69 grain match grad boat tail hp are my load for long range shooting . I use 4064 gun powder and weigh powder to within 1/10 a grain and set the bullets a bit longer but within specs and hand crimp
    You want the bullet set about .002 off the lands. Check each seating depth with calipers. Weigh each load, use a powder trickler to attain accurate power charges. Make sure the primer pocket is clean and seat the primers consistently. For starters...
    Common sense is not a gift, it's a punishment because you have to deal with everyone who doesn't have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch Uncle View Post
    Sober up, Bobbie. You're killing your liver drowning it before dinner every day.
    Yea and you dont like the truth . you voted for the man who wants your guns your a pin head

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