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Xtrema

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About Xtrema

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  • Birthday 02/13/1959

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    Guildford, Surrey.
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    Shooting. Fishing. Engineering. Reloading
    Getting on a bit now and cranky with it.

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  1. Xtrema

    Which electronic powder thrower/dispenser

    Ah yes. I too have one of those. I was initially thinking you had devised a highly technical method of enhancing stability. As for myself, mine works it's magic by way of a Faraday cage.
  2. Xtrema

    Which electronic powder thrower/dispenser

    In what way is your Lyman Gen 6 modded?
  3. The Fortmeirer/Phoenix is not really bulky and although it's an outstanding bipod (i have one), it's no lightweight.
  4. Xtrema

    Summer 2018

    This summer is very reminiscent of 1976. The difference being back then it didn't rain once in the south east from May to September. It's wonderful in the woods at sunrise. By 10 it's too hot and evenings are midge hell.
  5. Xtrema

    .260Rem Load.

    I have a similar combination to you, i also use the same brass. My rifle likes 41.6 gr of RS60 behind a 120 gr bullet. For heavier bullets i use the single based RS62.
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    Forster Coax press with Redding Comp dies

    Mine gradually comes loose also. Can you recall what the thread is as a lock nut would be a good idea for me too.
  7. Xtrema

    260rem RS62 142gr smks

    Please bear in mind that is with a 26" barrel.
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    260rem RS62 142gr smks

    Cartridge : .260 Rem Bullet : .264, 142, Sierra HPBT MatchK 1742 Useable Case Capaci: 45.662 grain H2O = 2.965 cm³ Cartridge O.A.L. L6: 2.800 inch = 71.12 mm Barrel Length : 26.0 inch = 660.4 mm Powder : ReloadSwiss RS 62 Predicted data by increasing and decreasing the given charge, incremented in steps of 2.0% of nominal charge. CAUTION: Figures exceed maximum and minimum recommended loads ! Step Fill. Charge Vel. Energy Pmax Pmuz Prop.Burnt B_Time % % Grains fps ft.lbs psi psi % ms -20.0 74 32.80 2158 1468 25522 6909 92.5 1.830 -18.0 76 33.62 2211 1541 27178 7116 93.6 1.786 -16.0 78 34.44 2263 1615 28948 7315 94.7 1.743 -14.0 80 35.26 2316 1691 30837 7504 95.6 1.701 -12.0 82 36.08 2368 1768 32855 7684 96.5 1.660 -10.0 84 36.90 2421 1847 35011 7853 97.3 1.621 -08.0 86 37.72 2473 1928 37318 8010 98.0 1.579 -06.0 87 38.54 2524 2009 39785 8155 98.5 1.534 -04.0 89 39.36 2576 2092 42401 8287 99.0 1.490 -02.0 91 40.18 2627 2176 45169 8406 99.4 1.448 +00.0 93 41.00 2678 2261 48113 8510 99.7 1.408 +02.0 95 41.82 2728 2347 51253 8600 99.9 1.369 ! Near Maximum ! +04.0 97 42.64 2779 2434 54601 8675 100.0 1.331 ! Near Maximum ! +06.0 99 43.46 2828 2522 58174 8736 100.0 1.295 ! Near Maximum ! +08.0 100 44.28 2877 2610 61990 8792 100.0 1.260 !DANGEROUS LOAD-DO NOT USE! +10.0 102 45.10 2926 2699 66069 8847 100.0 1.226 !DANGEROUS LOAD-DO NOT USE! Results caused by ± 10% powder lot-to-lot burning rate variation using nominal charge Data for burning rate increased by 10% relative to nominal value: +Ba 93 41.00 2795 2463 58839 8131 100.0 1.299 ! Near Maximum ! Data for burning rate decreased by 10% relative to nominal value: -Ba 93 41.00 2507 1982 37991 8482 95.1 1.552
  9. Xtrema

    You know when!!

    Ah so it is. Clearly not legit.
  10. Xtrema

    You know when!!

    The listing has disappeared now.
  11. Xtrema

    AI AT Build

    Personally, i would not use an Atlas bipod on an AI. They are perfect on a foxing rifle for example ( I have one) but lack the stability of the likes of the Phoenix Tactical bipod, now called the Fortmeier Tactical. I have one of these also. Just my simple take on it. http://www.phoenixtactical.co.uk/
  12. Xtrema

    Ammunition

    260 ammo is available but at horrendous prices plus a long drive. Load your own, it's the only way.
  13. Xtrema

    Reloading Press

    Point made. Once you you buy one it becomes your forever press. I guess that's why they're rarely seen for sale second hand.
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    Reloading Press

    I would always recommend the Forster Coax press. It is simply the best. They don't come up for sale very often though.
  15. Your velocities seem a tad low to me. I achieve just a little below QL predictions with RS62 in my 260. Of course if you really want speed, RS60 is the way to go. Burns hot though.
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