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Old 05-24-2013, 11:25 PM   #1
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Got here just in time for the outdoor range trip. I'm psyched.

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Old 05-26-2013, 06:22 PM   #2
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That's one sweet Smith,i've been looking at that same model for several years.

Let us know how it shoots,Congrats!



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Got here just in time for the outdoor range trip. I'm psyched.
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I have a 629-2 and love it .
Loaded with H110 200 grn bullit is a goid combo

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I have a 629-2 and love it .
Loaded with H110 200 grn bullit is a goid combo
Ok, speaking of loading. How many grains of H110 do you load? I just ordered 240 grn bullets, what would you recommend in your experience?

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Thanks. She kicks like a mule with factory loads, but muzzle rise is very controlled. Love this thing and it certainly causes some stares every time I go to the range.
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[QUOTE="nixfix;1274386"]

Ok, speaking of loading. How many grains of H110 do you load? I just ordered 240 grn bullets, what would you recommend in your experience?

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Im using 24.5 grns of H110 over 200 grn bullit a 240 grn bullit I would start with the lowest load in the book and work up in .5 grn increments . Im not shure what starting waight would be ..
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