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Sure hope
05-10-2020, 12:29 AM (This post was last modified: 05-10-2020 12:30 AM by Don McDowell.)
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Sure hope
That with all the restrictions easing now we can shoot the midrange match at Worland and Cheyenne.
Because I loaded 150 rounds of grease groove ammo for the 45-70 Winchester BPCR, so a young shooter can make her entry into BPTR competion. Smile

Been a long time since I've loaded that much grease groove ammo.

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05-10-2020, 08:21 PM
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RE: Sure hope
Think you're pretty safe Don. I don't think its a 'relapse' Wink .. when one loads to introduce someone to the sport. No news on ranges down here yet...or any out door sporting activities. Fingers crossed. Other than a two day match we 'snuck in' in March... I haven't made any smoke since shortly after returning from the Q last year. Serious withdrawal symptoms are showing. Sad

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05-10-2020, 08:45 PM
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RE: Sure hope
We are getting some variances in some counties here now. But until we get an announcement next week there's still a 10 person limit on gatherings, other than those already allowed variances.
I loaded these rounds with 70 grs. OE 2f in Remington cases, and the Saeco 645 bullet cast from 20-1. That load has worked well in that rifle in the past, and the young lady that will be shooting it, handled that rifle very well shooting 68 grs. OE 1 1/2 under BACO 458535 M2 the other day. So I'm thinking she'll get along just fine.

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