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  1. The 41 is beautiful, accurate, and heavy. IMO, too heavy. 46 ounces will make transitions slow. A Ruger 22/45 weighs 23 ounces, a huge difference. You will handicap yourself.
  2. Here http://www.sheridanengineering.com/index-2.htm
  3. Yes, so very hard to compare results.
  4. Do you know for sure what powder Hornady used?
  5. I just received my RPR in 6.5 CM, and installed a Timney in it. I ordered 1000 Starline brass for it, since I've had great results with Starline in my Savage 12 and Ruger SR-556. IMO, just as good as any brass, at a great price. I'll be loading a few next week, and after installing a Vortex Viper, heading out to Pima Pistol to break it in.
  6. 'Our' rules say 21', that's what's important.
  7. https://steelchallenge.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/SCSARules.pdf http://www.rimfirechallenge.org/docs/2018RCSARuleBook-v010418.pdf 7 yds. minimum
  8. It sounds like a headspace problem.
  9. Just wondering, what's the reason for the wax?
  10. Correct, the Ogive is what counts for repeatable, accurate loads.
  11. Do you use COAL or Ogive, IMO the Ogive is the one that counts. I haven't loaded to a COAL in a while.
  12. This is what I use. Sheridan Engineering 5.56/.223 slotted ammo gauge http://www.sheridanengineering.com/index-2.htm
  13. How many times was this brass used? What is your PF?
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