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    Default Best Powders for under 100g bullets

    Good morning. What powder are you guys using for under 100g bullets?

    thanks, TB

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    Look here

    http://68forums.com/forums/showthrea...Bullet-Reviews

    Depends, for 90gr gold dots I use re 7

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    H4198 is a great powder for light bullets.
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    I agree with 303. H4198 has given me the best velocity and accuracy with 85gr - 90gr bullets out of every 6.8 barrel that I have owned. For 95gr - 120gr bullets I use RL10X.
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    Another H4198 fan. Runs the 90g Gold Dots real well.
    Still need to test it with 100g Accubonds.
    RL10 or AA2200 for 110's and up.

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    IMR4198 with the 90 grain gold dot give me a sub moa groups, (not group)

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    Another H4198 fan here with the 90 bullets. Shot a 1/2 MOA 5 shot group yesterday with 90 grain TNT's at 100 yards and was just a tic over 1/2 MOA with a 200 yard group. Shot some Gold Dot pulls too at both 100 & 200 yards. The GD's were grouping 3/4 MOA at both distances. Winds were gusty in the high teens so I was very happy with my results. Only shot the four groups with the 6.8 then switched to different caliber guns.

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    Thanks guys ... Looks like H4198 is a popular and effective powder.

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    RE7 is pretty popular & said to be very fast bullet pusher.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 303 HUNTER View Post
    H4198 is a great powder for light bullets.
    Thats what I use!


 

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