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Re: ammo temp

17 Jul 2014
@ 08:15 pm (GMT)

sllindsay

This was a very timely thread for me. I have a Rem 5R .308 that shoots extremely well. In March (60 degrees F in Oregon, USA) I had been testing the difference between 130gr TSX and TTSX bullets and I found the TSX shoot 0.5" higher. I repeated the test twice this month (low 90s now) and TSX still shoots 0.5" higher, but both bullets are now shooting 0.6" higher than they did in March. Prior to reading this thread, I would have been clueless as to the cause.
Thanks guys!
sl

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