For years, I have been reloading my meat bangers just under the pressure signs. The accuracy in many were doable to not bad for up to 150 yd shots. I personally opt not to take shots at big game farther than that.
With the rising cost and shipping fees to the bush for smokeless powders and primers along with the availability of some, has gotten me thinking about my current reloading methods. Dialing down my powder charges and finding the first tight groups will stretch out my stock of powder in the long run.
My tc 375 jdj is the first meat banger I have used in setting up for accuracy and stayed well bellow max pressure for the used powder type. A few members In this forum said I haven't reached the maximum potential with the slow burning powder but, the accuracy with it is great. Then it has me wondering, how fast is this 250 gr slug moving?
Now this bring me to the topic, should I spend money on a chrony? But, do I need a chrony when I opt not to launch slugs beyond 150 yds?