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Old 11-26-2019, 4:52 PM
LynnJr LynnJr is offline
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Originally Posted by bsumoba View Post
Sometimes, simple is better. Reloading has regressed and scores and groups have gotten better? Not sure how you figure that. Neck sizing was the way to reload in the past. Now, nearly every precision shooter has shifted to FL sizing.

Reloading components have also gotten better, namely the bullet. That and the quality of barrels have progressed the sport tremendously.

If you read your own post it answers your question.
And neck sizing is alive and well for those who can do it properly.
Precision shooters and F-Class isn't about the smallest group so they don't need to load to benchrest levels.
And in case you don't see it barrels have gotten better and the shooters in precision rifle and F-Class arer now using what the Benchrest crowd used before 2010.
6 Dasher with Vapor Trail Bullets formerly Clay Spencer bullets is what I was using in 2008.
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