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 Posted: Mon Apr 17th, 2017 02:06 AM
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Location: 160 Miles SW Of The Frozen Tundra, Wisconsin USA
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I'd reduce it by a grain and a half and work back uo 1/2 grain at a time watching for flattened primers etc. It's not costing a heck of a lot to do so with 538 loads per pound of Red Dot. Less than .038 for powder, .029 for primers, don't know what you paid for bullets...Mine are free! If I don't count the propane to smelt the COWW. I'm loading 30-30 for less than I can buy .22 RF. RD

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