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  1. shehane or 284W

    1:8 for me.
  2. shehane or 284W

    Thanks Laurie, as always very informative and useful ATB Mike
  3. shehane or 284W

    Is the n165 still ok with a 26inch barrel? I would have thought as it's slower burning it'd be better suited to 30 inch barrels. Not that I've tried it. If it is ok then great as I have a tub I haven't opened. It'll be worth giving it a go. I feel I've still got a bit of load development to do with my new 284 as it hasn't been as tight as I was expecting yet.
  4. shehane or 284W

    No one else has said what bullets they are using for given velocities. Bullets and weighs please.
  5. shehane or 284W

    284W COAL 3.100 inches, 51.0 Grn RS60, 26 inch 1:8 twist Hardy barrel 2815 fps. That's with about 50 rounds through it. Using 162grn hornady eld-x .
  6. Rem700 SA PSS stock

    I have one. Genuine HS Precision PSS. I'll PM you
  7. Hornady ELD X no thump

    I've just got a 284 win with 26" barrel on a Sako 75 long action. It's chambered with a .318" neck rather than .312" standard so I don't have to neck turn. Mik Mak can take the credit for that, not me. I also had it throated for the 162 grain 7mm ELD-X. I'm running COAL of 3.1" & 2816 fps. I took my first two deer on Saturday morning a muntjac buck and a roe buck. The munty was only 50 metres away, the Roe buck over 100 but under 200. Both had good exit wounds, plenty of evidence of bullet expansion and a noticable thud on impact. I know I've only taken two animals so far but I thoughtdI'd share my experiences with you.
  8. IOR Crusader problem

    If your spending that much on a good scope surely you can stretch a little more for a 20 MOA picatinny rail or 20 MOA rings. Why would you want to compromise?
  9. Try phoning, Meeks F & Co, 197 Warstone Lane, Birmingham Jewellery Quarters. Google him. I'd be surprised if he couldn't help you. Regards Mike
  10. PETERSON Match-Grade Brass.

    http://www.dauntseyguns.co.uk/proddetail.php?prod=PET-65CB
  11. 6.5x284 cases hard to chamber

    I'm with Vince on this, I'm convinced it's a shoulder bump issue. I really would suggest you watch that YouTube video I suggested. It's free to watch you know :-) and only takes a few minutes.
  12. 6.5x284 cases hard to chamber

    Have you got the Redding comp die set (set of 3 dies) if so the one without the micrometer gauge on top is the one you should be using. It's the Redding body die. Use it with the method I described above.
  13. 6.5x284 cases hard to chamber

    I'm guessing you've got the 5 different sized (depth) Redding case holders to go with your Comp die set. Take one difficult to chamber fired case, and try bumping it back with the next size down holder. In truth if it's already tight you most probably need to go down a few sizes. I had the same problem with my Rem 700 .223. I stripped the bolt and cheched chamber tightness with no bolt tension. I used a pair of plumbers grips and a strip of soft leather so as not to mark the bolt. l bumped the shoulders back first with the +10 thou case holder and checked chamber, then moved up to +8 thou etc. Repeat until you are sure there is no tightness at all. This process worked for me and took no more than 15 mins. I've been reloading about 27 years but seriously I can honestly say I'm still open to learning and some of the resources on YouTube if combined with a basic awareness and understanding are excellent. Besg of luck. Mike
  14. 6.5x284 cases hard to chamber

    There are some great videos on understanding head space on YouTube. One of my favourite is on Long Range Only with a guy called Geoff Brovnich.
  15. Switch Barrel Rifles

    I have a switch barrel 243 / 308 only one scope (PM2). Zero is repeatable, can't remember how many clicks up & down but got it written down. For 3 years now I've fallen into the can't be bothered category. If I had a second scope the I might be a bit more bothered. Personally regardless of the cost, 2 rifles will always get more use.
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