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I dont hear many folks talk about RE10X much. I am thinking about trying some in my 12 twist 22BR with something like a 52-64gr match bullet. How do you think it should work? What would be the preferred powder (if there is any certain powder) for 22cal chambering for bench work? Lee
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My little 22br pistol @ 20" loves AA-2015 and the 40 grain Ballistic Tips.
Next up for the heavier bullets was AA-2460......
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I use RE10x in my 204Rs and my 20VT. Very accurate but a little on the dirty side. I can live with the extra cleaning.
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I also use R10X in my .204. Works well.
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10-X is my go to powder for my 6BR and 30BR.
My 30BR is a fast twist barrel and I load 10X for all of it- the 125 varmint/Target loads through to my 155 long range and the Lapua 185 loads. They all work a treat with 10-X
and is starting to show good figures and accuracy in the 223 in working on ATM.
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I tried R10X in .223 Remington. It doesn't fill the case much, as 21-24gr covers most of the bullets. It sits on shelf, I went with AA 2230 and Benchmark instead.