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    Default Cavity Back Bullets Thread

    I was asked by the mods to bring the thread about my new product over here while waiting for the site hosts/owners to get a hold of me for becoming a sponsor/vendor.
    I was given permission to include our website.
    www.cavitybackbullets.com

    We should bring all discussions on the product over here until such time as they contact me.
    There is a thread in the bullets listings started for results of loads and testing.

    Currently we have in the 6.8/.277:
    120 grain MKZ (Maximum Kill Zone)
    105 grain MKZ (Maximum Kill Zone)
    120 grain TMT (Tactical Match Target)

    There is another 6.8 bullet in prototype as well. Feel free to weigh in on what you would like to see.

    In the 6.5mm/.264 we have:
    118 grain MKZ (Maximum Kill Zone)
    105 grain MKZ (Maximum Kill Zone)

    I am working on a company road map of calibers and weights and purposes and will make it public when completed.

    Thank you all for you awesome support in our new venture!

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    Default All orders have shipped.

    All orders have shipped as of today.
    Tracking numbers should be fixed and going out now to.

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    Just got home from work and my 120 TMT were waiting for me! Can't wait to test these out on the 600 yard line! They look great, appear very uniform, they should produce some good scores!


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    Well I was finally able to get out and shoot the MKZ 120's. Today was 60 degree's, with my Chrony at 12 feet (ya I know it's a little far but I had to), AA2200 from 27.0-28.0 grain at a COAL of 2.290, 2.295, 2.300. Brass was SSA 3 times fired and annealed once with CCI41 primers. I use a 16" Wilson Combat barrel that is usually slower than other comparable barrels (50-80 fps slower), and I was shooting prone with a front bi-pod and rear bag. My accuracy is measure Edge To Edge, I know this is not how most people do it, but this is how I measure my groups.

    Please don't load up a 28.0gr round and think it's safe to shoot from your rifle. Work'em up and be safe.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Firearrow View Post
    Well I was finally able to get out and shoot the MKZ 120's. Today was 60 degree's, with my Chrony at 12 feet (ya I know it's a little far but I had to), AA2200 from 27.0-28.0 grain at a COAL of 2.290, 2.295, 2.300. Brass was SSA 3 times fired and annealed once with CCI41 primers. I use a 16" Wilson Combat barrel that is usually slower than other comparable barrels (50-80 fps slower), and I was shooting prone with a front bi-pod and rear bag. My accuracy is measure Edge To Edge, I know this is not how most people do it, but this is how I measure my groups.

    Please don't load up a 28.0gr round and think it's safe to shoot from your rifle. Work'em up and be safe.







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    That 27.3 looks awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by wintys View Post
    That 27.3 looks awesome
    Ya. Not to bad. Would have liked it to have a bit more pep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firearrow View Post
    Ya. Not to bad. Would have liked it to have a bit more pep.
    Yea I like the speed too; and only having a couple of years experience loading bottle neck rounds but starting to think 50/60 fps don't mean much anymore..

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    Accuaracy always wins over Velocity, well at least for me.

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    I'm waiting for some heavy .30s so I can replace the 200 gr ELDX I'm using now in my 300WM.

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