90g Sierra HP for me!
90 tnt or remington 115 fmj. Both are cheap and easy to load. Aa2200 powder and go. No muss no fuss.
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90g Sierra HP for me!
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I use the Hornady 110gr V Max for factory loads and then re load them with the 110gr Pro Hunter. I have some 120gr SSTs I am going to give a try next.
90g Sierra's or the 90g Speer hp's. 30.5 gr 2200 works not too bad and they're cheap enough.
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One bullet, for whatever. Hornady 110 gr. HPBT w/c. I could probably get something a bit cheaper, but not that is as accurate.
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Hornady 130 grain flat base interlock. About $21 local retail.
[QUOTE=HTR;320004]I use the 85 grain Barnes MPG. It is frangible, 85 grains is close, w/r/t the weight of the rounds I shoot hunting, and the frangible bismuth / tin does not mar the steel targets.We are a Barnes bullets dealer and sell lots of these. Let us know if we can help you get some. We can have Barnes drop ship them to you. I will also give you load data if you buy. They are super easy to load with RE7.II also use the Barnes MPG shoots close enought to my hunting round of choice 85 gr TSX but I use H322 for powder. I did buy a crap load of the MPG last winter when they were 50% off
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I also really like the Barnes 85 MPG's. I'm currently shooting and enjoying the Hornady 110 bthp bullets.
Pro hunters on SSA brass w/t H322 and Fed Match primers. Can load them for around 22 cents a piece, found some Accubonds at my secret ammo website and can load those up for about 43 cent a round; devastating hunting round! Either round works awesome out of my 7H 1/11 4 groove ; it loves 110's. And ask HTR if you needing Barnes or SSA products as well as night vision, He can take care of you!