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Thread: More fun with the .358

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    More fun with the .358

    I'm working on a low recoil plinking load and I chose to start with Lee 358150swc over 10.5 grs Red Dot for no reason. I used Real Win .358 brass and Rem 9-1/2m primers. Too windy today to do it justice; shot 5 into around 2-3" at 40 yds. I'll try again later.
    Best, Thomas.

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    Sorry for fat finger syndrome.

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    Sweet looking rifle there bud!
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    10.5gr of Redot is my go to load in my Rem. 788 .308 with an NOE 190gr 30 Hunter PB boolit.
    It cuts sub half MOA groups at 100 yards @ 1325fps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas by God View Post
    Sorry for fat finger syndrome.

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    LOL... Happens to me too.
    I been calling that "BFLK" for years...

    Means: "B"ig "F"ingers" L"ittle" K"eys.


    Glad to see you are still working on that "Physical Therapy" too. Keep it up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas by God View Post
    I'm working on a low recoil plinking load and I chose to start with Lee 358150swc over 10.5 grs Red Dot for no reason. I used Real Win .358 brass and Rem 9-1/2m primers. Too windy today to do it justice; shot 5 into around 2-3" at 40 yds. I'll try again later.
    Best, Thomas.

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    Sweet looking rifle Texas...looks like a Rem action, but I can't make out what model it is.

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    35, it is a Remington 700 ADL from 1965. The cocking piece & safety were changed later.

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    I like the rifle and scope both . Looks like the K3 on my .358 .
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    Smart looking rifle....I like it a lot. Nice balance

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    Might back the charge of Red Dot off a bit. I use 4.5 gr Bullseye under the 358477 (150 SWC) in my 35 Rem. It is a M91 Argentine rebarreled with a 26" Shilen barrel. That load runs 1050 fps with pretty consistent 2" groups at 50 yards. Accuracy goes south if pushed faster. The GC'd 358156 does better above 1050 fps using Unique. 12 gr runs 1650 fps for very good accuracy of 2" at 100 yards.

    I suspect the same charge level of RD as I use of BE at 4.5 - 5.5 gr under your 150 Lee SWC in your very nice looking M700 358 Winchester would do quite well.
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    If the wind dies down I plan on a lot of brass emptying this weekend with this rifle.

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    Man that's a sweet rifle

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    And on it's way to Missouri!

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    Someone is getting a great looking rifle...

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