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PAshooter20BR
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anyone shooting the 6x47 with 87 grain v-max for varmints. what kind of speed can you get out of them?

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PAshooter20BR
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RJinTexas
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PAshooter, have you read the article by Stan Stewart in Gun of the week #93? Stan's barrel was a 10tw and he was not satisfied with the 87gr Vmax. I was hoping I might have better luck out of my Bartlein 28" 8tw. I only tried about there different charges of both Varget & H4350 but never was able to get them to group and I didn't have any VV550, so I just gave up on the Vmax's. The 88gr FB Bergers pushed with H4350 shot consistent sub .250 groups @ 100yds and easily held 1/2" moa @ 500yds performing like target bullets in my gun. They're listed as a varmint/match grade bullet but they fail to impress in the dog towns, because they failed to produce splatter factor, p-dogs just fall over and kick once or twice and die. So I'm still needing a medium weight explosive varmint bullet above 75grs. I also hope someone has the answer.

RJ
LWolken
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What about the 80gr. Ballistic tip?

Lance
soldierofchrist
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The 80 grain Berger Match bullet gives pretty good results with my 243 Winchester, might give you some splat factor as well.
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