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Cabob

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I need to get out and test some 120 SST's with SWB as well. The only time that I tried them was with AA2200, and they were horribly compressed and slow....
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Cabob

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Wow, I just realized that I commented on this post last Summer.... Doh!  Oh well, at least I remember the results that AA2200 and 120SST's gave me!!! 
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I just got back from the range where I was able to get some 120SST over the chrono.

I’ve got an 18” 1:11 barrel and my load is 21.0grains of SWBO with a Wolf SRM primer.

19 degrees f outside today.

Average - 2447.5
SD - 15.3
ES - 34

1: 2432
2: 2449
3: 2445
4: 2443
5: 2466
6: 2450

Accuracy was acceptable, but I was only shooting 50yd. I didn’t want to walk any further than I had to in the cold.
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kshunter

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Good info, I guess I need to find some of these to play with.
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55Gregg

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That is great info...I've been very interested in that bullet because it would be so good at stretching the 277's hog range.  I should be able to get up into 2500's with my 20" barrel.  [biggrin]
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Cabob

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Heck yeah, awesome! McIntosh, what brass did you use?
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mcintosh

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All lake city. 09, or 10.
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Cabob

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Sweet, thanks.
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