Originally Posted by bigdaddy573
I know it but I wanted to get a ballpark of what other have used with success
I RUN LIKE A CHEVY AND IM BUILT FORD TOUGH
I would suggest not to try what works for another gun,it may work just fine or it could blow up you and your rifle.
The way I have always done my test loads,is to start at the bottom of the recommended charge,and work my way up at 1/2 grain units.
Once you find a load/loads that shoot good,then you can start fine tuning the load to your gun.
I always load up 3 bullets for each powder charge.If it doesn't shoot good with 3,it is just wasting supplies shooting more.
Some rifles shoot better at the lower end of the powder range,others in the middle,and others like the hot charges.
Find out what your rifle likes,and don't trust what someone else shoots in their guns.