So Iím a new reloader looking to make some rounds for a .243 Win. With so many variables that can affect accuracy, whatís the most efficient process to finding that perfect round? Hereís what I was thinking, but Iím open to any and all suggestions.
First finding the COAL my gun likes. Making a batch of bullets with minimum loads, all the same powder, all the same bullet, but adjusting COAL by 0.01 in. Making 6-7 bullets of each combination. Once I find that, then would that be the best COAL for most or all powder/bullet/load combinations?
Afterward, make rounds with all the same sweet spot COAL, then work my way up with charges until I find the most accurate charge for that roundÖ
Afterward, start playing with different powders, different bullets, etcÖ
My manuals donít really discuss this, so Iím curious about what process you all use. Thanks.