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3gunner
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Just got around to testing the TRG with Retumbo. 99 gr. 250 lapua 3015 fps w/9sd. 3.68 oal great accuracy as you guys were talking about.
apapro
Reply with quote  #10 
Shot the TRG again this past weekend and the avg velocity was 3120 fps. The temp was around 7 deg c. The temp last time I chronoed the load was in the mid 20's. This load gave me groups under 1/4" at 100 yards and a 3 shot group at 200 that measured .204 MOA. ES was around 15 fps.

As far as case life I have around 5 loads from this brass and the primer pockets are still like new!!
BIGGUNGOBOOM
Reply with quote  #11 
I have had great luck running IMR 4350, great patterns and consistent.anyone try running 4831SC to see how it works???.
3gunner
Reply with quote  #12 
I've tried 88.3 of the H4831 SC with 250 sierra. I think it was mid 2800's on vel The accuracy was good, but did not shoot as well as retumbo as one of the other members suggested. I shot the 99 gr. retumbo/ 250 lapua bullet last weekend and had a 3"-3 shot group at 800 yards on a steel plate.
3gunner
Reply with quote  #13 
I've tried 88.3 of the H4831 SC with 250 sierra. I think it was mid 2800's on vel The accuracy was good, but did not shoot as well as retumbo as one of the other members suggested. I shot the 99 gr. retumbo/ 250 lapua bullet last weekend and had a 3"-3 shot group at 800 yards on a steel plate.
apapro
Reply with quote  #14 
I see no need to change the load!!! From here on out shoot the 99 gr. load and kill anything that gets within 1800 yards!!!!!!
oldreliable45120
Reply with quote  #15 
I have one of those Rem 700MLR 338 Lapua's. It shoots just fine for me. If you can find one their a little over 1k. It uses the same length acton as the mag ctg"s it's just a little rounder for the 338 ctg. I use mine for hunting now thas Sako came out with the 1-10 barrels. If you have the money go with the TRG-42, much better gun!!! I have both my TRG-22,and 42 set up the same way so the only difference is recoil.
The Rem seems to copper foul pretty quickly so you have to clean it often. I'm using a 225 Sierra sp with IMR-4350 and IMR-7828ssc. I can keep around 1/2 moa out to 200yrds (farthes range here on Long Island). When I go to my fathers in Idaho I will test its legs and the 42.
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