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I'm shooting a 50gr V-max with 21gr of IMR4198 getting about 3170fps. my three shot groups are usually touching at 300yds ( if I don't pull the shot ). My twist is the norm 1:9 can I shoot a heaver bullet; say a 70gr? or should I stick with the 45gr to 60gr bullets.
Well, unless they have a crystal ball there is no way that anyone could possibly know.However, h335 is indeed one of the standard great powders for the 223. As is Benchmark, RL10X, Varget, W748, H4895 etc. LOTS of powders work great in the 223 in other words & only the RIFLE itself can TELL you what it likes or doesn't like. If you are getting excellent accuracy & velocity, then there is probably no need to try anything else unless you just want to or enjoy handloading & don't mind spending the extra time, $$ & energy doing that. Some folks do, while others do not. I am one of those that try & experiment as much as possible, up to a point, whatever that point is? But that is just me!BTW, what grain bullet are you shooting? Frank
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