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Post by NovaNick Sat Feb 04, 2023 8:36 am

Hey all just joined here. Still figuring out the site some. So I just started the indoor bullseye 50’ this year. I want to load some 38 158gr swc for this. As of now I load 3.5gr bullseye with a 158gr swc. Plinking load. That’s my load use it at your own risk. But wanting to experiment a little. I’ve seen data down to 2.6gr of bullseye up to like 4.5gr. Have any suggestions. I want to burn these up and I’ll switch to 148 HBWC when they’re gone. Thanks guys.

Guess I’m curious how low people have gone. I’ve never gone that low. What’s the squib zone 😂.

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Post by bruce martindale Sat Feb 04, 2023 10:21 am

Don’t go low with the 158; 3.5 is good

Don’t go high with HBWC ;2.8 is about maximum

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Post by bruce martindale Sat Feb 04, 2023 10:22 am

Don’t go low with the 158; 3.5 is good

They don’t stabilize well at low speeds. Not a squib issue

Don’t go high with HBWC ;2.8 is about maximum

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