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#12203411 - 08/12/17 The right seating depth  
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6BR Remington. After experiencing some occasional flyers using 70 grain Varmagedons I decided to try some better bullets. 68 grain Barnes Match Burners were tried at jam length and .005" increments shorter. The first three groups were forgettable- 1" to 1.25". My last set produced this group.

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4 in a group and I pulled the last shot out of the group.

Mostly an experiment to see if I could post an image. It takes some fiddling.

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#12203760 - 08/12/17 Re: The right seating depth [Re: gwrench]  
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Tell us about the rifle.


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#12204298 - 08/13/17 Re: The right seating depth [Re: gwrench]  
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Savage model 16 with a Lothar Walther barrel, 1-14 twist.

6BR Remington chamber.

Factory Accutrigger.

Boyds Pro Varmint stock that's been modified to give a flat bottom to ride the rear bag smoothly.


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