I've been working on some .243 bullets lately that has accentuated an issue for me,
that is wearing me out a bit, as it seems to be true for nearly everything I load
wondering if any of you guys are taking shortcuts on your first load-up with a new bullet,...or not
It is just becoming, "a given," that the lower end grains of the book recommended loads are either,
So slow, that even if good accuracy is found,
I never try them again when compared to the higher grain loads or,
Accuracy is sufficiently spread out, that it feels like a waste of time to start at the bottom of the recommendations anyway
Does this ring true with any of you guys ??
I'm tempted to eliminate the bottom 20 or 25 percent of experimenting, to eliminate the wasted bullets, powder, and time/effort
as I look back in my manual,
I never settle for one of those low end loads anyway, the bottom 25percent I mean
Always end up settling on a midrange to topend grain load out of the book numbers, so can I get more efficient ??
I have plenty of new untested bullets to work on, don't need to be blowin stuff down range ,
just to make noise, doin' all the numbers (?)
What Do Ya Think?