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Post by Orion 1/9/2023, 10:20 pm

Thought I’d share, just found this in a google search. Author test loads at 25y, but is practically methodological. Anyone heard of Brad Miller, author of these papers?

https://www.thefreelibrary.com/Miller%2c+Brad-a14789

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https://www.thefreelibrary.com/BULLSEYE+LOADS%3a+AN+ACCURATE+BULLET+PAIRED+WITH+THE+RIGHT+POWDER+AND...-a0528709975
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Post by S148 1/10/2023, 7:18 am

This looked familiar, so I searched and found the link to the original article;

https://www.shootingtimes.com/editorial/loads-for-the-bullseye-shooter/99418

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Post by Merick 1/10/2023, 8:31 pm

He shoots a 38 super a lot better than a 45.  I wonder what that is about.

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Post by sharkdoctor 1/13/2023, 10:00 am

I'll make a few general observations regarding the data in the Shooting Times linked article.  The author used 4 brands/types of bullets, 3 kinds of primers and different loads of 8 powders.  While he did use a Ransom Rest, he used a 1911 he accurized himself, shot 55 groups of 15 shots each at 25 yds and threw out some shots he didn't like.  The data show a range of group sizes from about 1.4 to 3.3".

About all I can safely conclude from a cursory review of these data?

Shoot whatever jacketed load you like, and if you aren't cleaning the short line every time, you need to work on your technique!

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