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Old 02-26-2021, 03:26 PM
bumtownbutch bumtownbutch is offline
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Default Bullet suggestion 6mm

I have started shooting IBS 100/200 and would like to use a 64-68 gr 6MM bullet. However, I am unsure of ojive/ meaplat meanings. Would you please suggest a bullet/type I should use. THANKS FOR THE HELP.
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Old 02-28-2021, 03:18 PM
JINGWEED JINGWEED is offline
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Default Bullets

I have a selection of bullets from 60-100 grains. If you're interested shoot me a pm. I also have 7mm, 270, as well. Just wondering but if you have any 6.5mm bullets you don't need we could make some sorts of a trade.
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Old 02-28-2021, 05:35 PM
Joe McNeill Joe McNeill is offline
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BTB,
There are plenty of custom bullets available for bench rest and the 65-68 grain work well in a 13.5 to 14 barrel twist. I use Bart's 68 grain flat base and boat tail bullets in my 14 twist. I have used Cheeks, Brunos, and Berger column also with success. Try Accurate Shooter and Bench Rest Central sites for information and buying BR bullets. Good luck and shoot small.
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Joe McNeill
SW Arkansas
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Old 03-01-2021, 01:19 PM
Al Nyhus Al Nyhus is offline
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Randy Robinett at BIB Bullets can walk you through the process. His 6mm BR bullets on the .790 and .825 jacket lengths are really, really good.

https://bibullets.com/
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