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james
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I have a Savage LRPV in 223 with a 1x7 twist shooting Sierra
77 MK's. Was wanting to try N135 or N140 - any thoughts on which would be better? - also loading recommendations would be appreciated. I was also thinking about trying this powder in my 6BR and it looks like N140 is recommended for it.

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ckrifles
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N-140, Chuck
Longone
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N-140 or N-540, RL-15 will also give good results.

Longone
Taildrag15X
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I had good results with N-135 in the winter and spring, but as the temp. increased in June my groups went south. I went back to my tried and true Varget for my 28" 1-7" Krieger with 75's, 77's and 90's.
fordwrench
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try rl 15 you wont be sorry. didnt have any luck with 540 at all.
manitou210
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Fellow at range shot a .520" 5 shot group at 300y with 25.1 Varget and 80gr Bergers,28" kreiger barrel 1/7
i have shot .845" with Varget and 80gr sierras with facory 1/7twist Savage
SooStan
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I use to use the 25 gr. load with 80 bergers too, but the last batch of varget was way to fast and caused serious problems. Had to drop it down to 24.1 to be safe. Went back to 4064 for now.
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