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Old 03-31-2019, 02:51 PM
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Originally Posted by lightman View Post
I've shot a Ruger #1 for several years. I don't know how the chamber and barrel will compare to yours. I've shot the RCBS 405 grain bullet, their 500 grain bullet and a few of the lighter weight jacketed bullets. The 405 shot well, cast from clip on wheel weights with a gas check. The jacketed bullets shot well but it seemed like you had to play with them more to find the load. I recently received a new mold that I ordered from Accurate Molds. Its a 405 grain clone and I ordered it in .460 diameter. Its a great looking mold and cast well but I have not been able to shoot any of them yet. If you plan to cast for your new rifle I highly recommend that you check out Tom's website Accurate Molds. I favor the older extruded powders like 4895 and 3031 and CCI primers. Most shooters like Star Line brass. I just load these with a conventional RCBS 3 die set on a Rockchucker.
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