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PostPosted: Sat Sep 22, 2012 8:20 pm 
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Ran 20 rounds of PPU 6.5x55 ammo thru my Swedish m96 after a long day of shooting the rifle. I shot slung up, prone, the usual CMP Match shooting position on a NRA SR1 target at of course 200 yards.

Bottom line..... I might toss the reloading stuff and start shooting this stuff.
I was running the ammo across my chronograph while shooting. Heres the numbers on the 20 rounds I fired.

Av Velocity 2535
Hi 2566
Lo 2512
ES 53.9

and the IMPORTANT number... SD 14.4... almost a single digit

I also tried the stuff on a NRA 300 Rapid Fire target that was set at 250 yds. I use a 6 oclock hold but because of the "crude" m96 sights ended up using a COM hold. Hard to see that front post in the center of that tiny black bull so I suspect the scattered shots were the shooters fault.


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