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FL resizing vs. neck sizing

Discussion in 'Handloads for all Sako models' started by Cali, Jun 30, 2017.

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  1. Cali

    Cali Well-Known Member

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    I don't disagree with anything you said. But if it were a Ruger, Cz or most others it would have seen the k reamer already. A 1974 Anschutz mannlicher in excellent condition may just be better left as is. I will tinker for a load it likes a little bit more but don't really expect much.
    Plenty of ready-to-go varminters already living in the gun safe.

     

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    stonecreek SCC Secretary SCC Board Member

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    I'd agree. It would be a shame, just like with a pristine L46 Hornet or a Brno 465, to modify it since originality is important with such fine rifles.

    I'll bet that some fiddling with neck-sizing the brass and experimenting with a couple of different powders, primers, and bullets will eventually find you a load that performs satisfactorily. But I'll be the first to admit that finding "satisfactory" can be a longer and more difficult process with the Hornet than with most other cartridges.
     

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