Re: Load Development: Ladder Test
Just prepared another ladder test for my .308. This time lookin for the sweet spot with 168 Hornady AMAX over 2000MR. I took pictures of how I set my ladder tests up to easily keep track of whats in which case. The ones on the far left just off pic are foulers, and the caseheads are primed brass ready to load with the sweet load. Thot this might help with keeping track for those of you guys that have never done a ladder test. The sheet of paper is the number of the round and its corresponding charge. Again, I shoot them from lightest to heavy, FX5 then 1-20.
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The latest caliber or gear is no substitute for experience and skill. Rifles and cartridges don't make hits -- shooters do.
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