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AckleyImproved
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Hi

I had it written down here somewhere but have lost it!

I will be using 107MK and 105 Scenars..

What freebore will I need fora 6mm Dasher.

Its reamer time!

Thanks
AI
Wild_Bill
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Hi i should have my new 6mm Dasher reamer as David Kiff has nearly finished it it will have a 271 no turn neck 243 freebore diameter and david advised a 120 thou freebore length to use the 107 to 115 gr sierra and the 105gr lapua.

Cheers Bill
Australia
AckleyImproved
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Nice Wild Bill....

I dont think Ill try the 115's.. but stick to 105-107's out of my Dasher!! Im most likely going a .268 neck... small amount of turning!!!

I am also from Australia.... The Dasher is finally making its way here in numbers!!!

Ok

See ya
AI

Changeling
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Originally Posted by AckleyImproved
Nice Wild Bill....

I dont think Ill try the 115's.. but stick to 105-107's out of my Dasher!! Im most likely going a .268 neck... small amount of turning!!!

I am also from Australia.... The Dasher is finally making its way here in numbers!!!

Ok

See ya
AI



AI, sorry for the late answer. First off I don't have one yet. But, from what the guys say, a throat length of 85 to 105 seems to be in the ideal range for those bullets. Richard Shatz's record 6 dasher used a .100 neck length (article on this web site). I believe he was using the 105/6 Clinch River bullets. Check out the article.
Changeling
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