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6 mm Remington, all bullet weights
BulletPowder WeightPowderVelocityOALPrimerSource
100gr nosler p 43.4 grimr 4350 3,120 fps cci 200 guest
very accurate with no pressure signs

100gr SP 45.0 grH4831 Unknown LR guest
100 gr Sierra plain base, Rem 9.5 primer, W-W brass. Shoots well in my 700V and this was not an easy gun to get to shoot well.

100gr SP 47.0 grReloader 22 2,961 fps CCI LRM guest
Nosler Solid Base,accurate and effective hunting bullet

55gr FMJ 53.0 grWIN 760 Unknown2.825" Fed LR guest
Nosler Ballistic Tip 400 Yd+ Prairie Dogs

55gr BTHP 53.0 grW760 4,100 fps2.825" CCI LR guest
55gr. Nosler Ballistic. 22" Barrel Remington 700BDL. 0.56" 5 shot group @ 100yds. Avg velocity is 4100fps. For best accuracy, use shot cases, neck sized only, in the same gun.

55gr JSP 45.0 grIMR 4064 3,625 fps9999" Win LR guest
COL -- I always use a Stoney Point Comparator, and for this load, the value was 3.387. Rifle: Mod 98 Mauser, 24 inch Schneider SS bbl, 1:12 twist (to stabilize short bullets), 12X Leupold M8 scope. Bullet: 55 gr CT Ballistic Silver Tip; brass Win, primer pocked reamed and flash hole deburred, neck sized only. Accuracy: best 3 shot group, 0.08 inches @ 100 yards (yes, 0.08). Typical 3 shot group, 0.5 - 0.75 inches @ 100 yards

75gr BTHP 46.0 grIMR4350 Unknown LR guest
75 gr. Speer hollowpoint; Rem 9.5 primer. Velocity unknown but shot well (3/4" @ 100yd)in my 700 ADL with no signs of pressure.

75gr FMJ 40.0 grimr3031 3,210 fps CCI LR guest
75 gr vmax rem cases 5/8 @ 200 meters never would have thought i would get such good results from 3031 in this case!

80gr SP 42.8 grWin 760 3,190 fps  Winchester
Suggested starting load: 38.5 gr

Pressure: 54,500 PSI

85gr BTHP 39.0 gr4064 3,100 fps2.9" CCI SP guest

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