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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-12-2011, 03:44 PM Thread Starter
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150 gr SST's in a .308

Anyone have a favorite load for a .308 with the 150 gr SST?

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Re: 150 gr SST's in a .308

Win Brass
F-210 primer
49.0gr of Win. 748 Powder
150gr SST

Very accurate in a Ruger Rifle but we did not like the performance on deer. These were early batches without Interlok or Interbond to help them hold together so the newer ones may be a lot better.

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Re: 150 gr SST's in a .308

I got these from Midway as blemished bulletsa few months ago. Sure look ok to me.

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Re: 150 gr SST's in a .308

Oh, OK, I remember you talking about them in another thread.

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Re: 150 gr SST's in a .308

45 grs. 4064
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Re: 150 gr SST's in a .308

i have never had any luck with a sst bullett. just my oppinion but i would go with a nosler ballistic tip, they have always been more accurate for me.
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