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    CGN Ultra frequent flyer todbartell's Avatar
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    Ruger 5.56 Scout Rifle 16.1" 1:8t
    55gr Hornady SP w/c
    Nosler brass
    21.90grs D8208BR
    CCI 400 standard primer = 2765 fps
    CCI 450 magnum primer = 2712 fps

    Tikka T3x CTR 20" 1:8t
    55gr Speer SP
    Nosler brass
    21.90grs D8208BR
    CCI 400 standard primer = 2960 fps
    CCI 450 magnum primer = 2958 fps

    The magnum primer improved standard deviation by 45%

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    Is D4064SSC faster than D4895 for .308? I need to feed a short barrel rifle, D4895 has been great but it's not available currently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by todbartell View Post
    Ruger 5.56 Scout Rifle 16.1" 1:8t
    55gr Hornady SP w/c
    Nosler brass
    21.90grs D8208BR
    CCI 400 standard primer = 2765 fps
    CCI 450 magnum primer = 2712 fps

    Tikka T3x CTR 20" 1:8t
    55gr Speer SP
    Nosler brass
    21.90grs D8208BR
    CCI 400 standard primer = 2960 fps
    CCI 450 magnum primer = 2958 fps

    The magnum primer improved standard deviation by 45%
    Awesome info, thanks !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pif View Post
    Is D4064SSC faster than D4895 for .308? I need to feed a short barrel rifle, D4895 has been great but it's not available currently.
    D4064 will be a bit slower burning, very close to varget I think. I'll be trying it in my 7mm08, so I can't see why it wouldn't work in a .308. I'm sure it'll be around same velocity as well.

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    Enough of guessing which one is faster or slow.
    https://hodgdon.com/wp-content/uploa...rate-color.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by serg777 View Post
    Enough of guessing which one is faster or slow.
    https://hodgdon.com/wp-content/uploa...rate-color.pdf
    This is awesome, thank you!

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