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Old 09-07-2012, 10:33 PM   #21
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How far out do they stay stable? That is the problem I'm having with my heavy sub loads. The 55 gr fmjbt bullets that I use for the load I listed earlier in the thread are surprisingly stable well past 200 yds but they drop fast after that.



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How far out do they stay stable? That is the problem I'm having with my heavy sub loads. The 55 gr fmjbt bullets that I use for the load I listed earlier in the thread are surprisingly stable well past 200 yds but they drop fast after that.
if your talking subsonic in a.223 (assuming its an ar-15) you cant go wrong with a .22 adapter firing aquilla 60 gr. subsonics
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