Post by speedrackin on Oct 21, 2015 17:21:46 GMT -5
Any one else experience the same in getting only parker BE down a begera barrel . Gold dots do go but i find they r inconsistent in size . and are not accurate at all . I have read , the barnes and blue harvester r pretty common but want to stay sabotless
Post by speedrackin on Oct 21, 2015 19:14:04 GMT -5
I probably didnt explain enough . Parker .451 are relativly eay to go down not with a hammer but snug enough and touch holes at 100 . hornady or any other.452 a sledge hammer wont get them down . The gold dots when micing them vary from .450 to .451 but are not accurate at all . I havent read where many people use full bore they use sabots was wonderif this was the reason why . sabot and a 40 cal bullet are probably alot easier loading ?
Sabotless shooting you need a adjustable smooth form sizing die. Or you will be frustrated.
+ 1 on that....You have to be real lucky on having a barrel that will accept an out of the box bullet....I have a Mcgowen barreled 700ml that HillBill built for me that will take a 275 be without sizing...He sent them the bullet and told them to build the barrel for it.... I don't think he will deal with them anymore as Brux and Kreiger are the sought after cut rifling barrel these days....Get you a sizing die and all will be good for your set up IMHO......
Post by speedrackin on Oct 22, 2015 8:55:17 GMT -5
Thanks didnt have my die adjted properly omg they slide nice......ill let ya know how they group well they go down like parkers now ...... but they dont group like parkers probably have to play with powder charge some while in the process mail lady shows up with my parker 250 couldnr t get to the back yard fast enough 3 250 be with 54 grn of h4198 ....... and the recoil was tolerable