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Re: H and N Sniper Mediun 8.5 question???

April 3 2017 at 2:33 PM
Scott Hull  (Login Scotchmo1957)

Response to H and N Sniper Mediun 8.5 question???

Yes. I use them in my main piston gun. New ones are mostly in the 8.40-8.50gr range. Some earlier batches were running heavier.

The AA 8.4 seems slightly better in calm conditions, but the H&N tests better when wind is significant. I was switching between AA and H&N depending on expected wind conditions. But I've decided to just stick with the H&N 8.5gr for now.

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