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  1. #16
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    I sold a couple 8 pounders to Dick Wright. Don't know if he shot it up or not.
    I used the Aussie H322 lot 90 when I was learning. 27.5grains and a 68 grain Berger. It shot great and I changed nothing regardless of where the match was shot or temp and humidity. I gained a lot of knowledge, different powders, bullets, and changed everything back and forth my second year. My shooting dropped off a great deal my second year. Being stupid and just watching flags and just shooting was best for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dwconder View Post
    I have almost all jefs 2015br I got from little Ed

    The 2015BR Jef shot at hot and dry Midland and later in the East was a whole different animal than the current IMR/Canadian powder.


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    FWIW ,From 2019 Cactus classic Equipment List


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chism G View Post
    Every time I try Ed's 28.3 grn load of 133, it just produces big .300 blobs. I'm sure it's a combination of just the correct amount of neck tension, seating depth, neck clearance, or any number of things.

    But he does know how to make it work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackie schmidt View Post
    Every time I try Ed's 28.3 grn load of 133, it just produces big .300 blobs. I'm sure it's a combination of just the correct amount of neck tension, seating depth, neck clearance, or any number of things.

    But he does know how to make it work.
    May be the 2019 lot and a fat bullet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Singleton View Post
    May be the 2019 lot and a fat bullet
    Ed has been shooting that light load for quite some time. I can remember a Nationals at Raton some years back where he was doing quite well, with that light load.

    Just as now, I wondered how he did it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackie schmidt View Post
    Ed has been shooting that light load for quite some time. I can remember a Nationals at Raton some years back where he was doing quite well, with that light load.

    Just as now, I wondered how he did it.


    And.....Ed Adams won the 2017 Cactus Classic.


    makes you wonder. You hear a lot of rhetoric about how different powders perform in different locations.

    When you look at these equipment lists, the question is, how is that possible with that powder.

    I've always said, there are very few absolutes in this Sport.


    Glenn

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