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    LRO Owner ~ Review Editor ~ Long Range Hunting Specialist Broz's Avatar
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    Seating Data on the Hornady 108 ELD Match.

    OAL base to tip = 2.785" on average with up a wide spread of .007" plus

    Base to O Give with a Hornady #24 Comparator = 2.245" with about a .004" spread in the 10 checked.

    These loads are seated about .110" too long for our chamber. Once we find a load that shoots we may have to ream the throat out a bit.

    Jeff
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    Anyone have a Federal factory round with the 105 Berger Bullet they could measure with a #24 Hornady comparator?

    Thanks

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    Not yet. But we are scrambling to find some of each to test.

    Jeff
    Side question would you expect all factory 6 Creedmoor ammunition to cycle in a Gas Gun AR10 6 Creedmoor?

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