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Posted 10 April 2006 - 06:51 AM

OK to much time on my hands...... I like my 32g. V-max with H322. I got looking at a photo of the 40g. V-max and noticed it is a boat tail bullet. I would like to work up a load but would like suggestions on what powder you all feel would work best with the 40g bullet. I have different web sites with loads but your expertise is needed.Thanks,Steve

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Posted 10 April 2006 - 07:39 AM

POWDER BURN RATES: Faster or slower????http://www.reloaders...m/burnrates.aspPowders for the .204 40g. V-max1 being the fastest 266 the slowest.BENCHMARK=148H322=156H335=1664895=168VARGET=181OPINIONS AND SUGGESTIONS WANTED.Thanks,steve

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Posted 10 April 2006 - 07:55 AM

next question:39g. Sierra Blitzking or 40g. V-max Looking at bullet reviews from Midway USA I think shooters have given the Blitzking the better accuracy review.http://www.midwayusa...**675***9016***Serria bullets have a jacket thickness of .009, the Hornady of .014. Looks like the Blitzking may be more explosive in squirrels too.Steve




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