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Thread: Speer LE 64 Grain Gold Dot

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    What are people using for training that mimics the .223 64gr. Speer GD?

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    If you refer to ballistics, I haven't found anything.
    The 64 gr. G.D. isn't 5.56. There is noticeably more drop at 300 yds with the GD than say CBC 62 gr. FMJ.

    To 200 yds. the difference in trajectory isn't substantially different than m193.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feline View Post
    What are people using for training that mimics the .223 64gr. Speer GD?
    My XBR 77gr TMK handloads and 75gr Gold Dots out of a 20" are within 8" of each other (a deer's vital zone) at 300 yards.

    I have not found anything close to the 64gr.

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    Most of my carbines are zeroed for 64 gr GD. I use a 55 gr handload at ~2775 fps for practice and it is good for 200 yds on a 1/2 IPSC torso.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnerblue View Post
    Most of my carbines are zeroed for 64 gr GD. I use a 55 gr handload at ~2775 fps for practice and it is good for 200 yds on a 1/2 IPSC torso.
    Quote Originally Posted by Eurodriver View Post
    My XBR 77gr TMK handloads and 75gr Gold Dots out of a 20" are within 8" of each other (a deer's vital zone) at 300 yards.

    I have not found anything close to the 64gr.
    Quote Originally Posted by gaijin View Post
    If you refer to ballistics, I haven't found anything.
    The 64 gr. G.D. isn't 5.56. There is noticeably more drop at 300 yds with the GD than say CBC 62 gr. FMJ.

    To 200 yds. the difference in trajectory isn't substantially different than m193.
    Yes, out to 200m M855/M193 mimic it well enough to hit standard silhouettes.

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