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    How does h322 meter?

    Title pretty much asks it all. I have a dillon 650, and am wondering how well 322 meters in the dillon powder measure.

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    H322 through my 550b meters well. You should be fine.

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    Really good. I've run tons of it through my 550b as well. You'll get some charge variations, but it's not enough to weigh individual charges unless you're shooting a high power match or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    Really good. I've run tons of it through my 550b as well. You'll get some charge variations, but it's not enough to weigh individual charges unless you're shooting a high power match or something.
    I was going to try this with the hornady rounds you told me about. Whatís your thoughts on that?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ubet View Post
    I was going to try this with the hornady rounds you told me about. What’s your thoughts on that?


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    I can't speak for Markm, but I use the H322 and XBR loads he shared with the forum. All of my powder goes through my Hornady powder measure without issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ubet View Post
    I was going to try this with the hornady rounds you told me about. What’s your thoughts on that?
    You can't really go wrong with that. I think I'm running XBR only because we can get it around here, and 77s get the h322. Any of the combos of any of these will work good.
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    Meters well through my 550B

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    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    You can't really go wrong with that. I think I'm running XBR only because we can get it around here, and 77s get the h322. Any of the combos of any of these will work good.
    Thank you. I had been running cfe223 through everything but wanted to try something else. Cfe223 and 77gr smk are sub moa out of my sionics upper. Iím loading these though for more practice and up close rounds use though. Smk are just way to expensive to plink with. Try to keep everything streamlined and simple so I donít have a bunch of different powders and bullet combos around and to keep track of.


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    Nosler's answer to the 77gr Sierra Match King is the 77gr Custom Competition. They shoot very close to the SMK, but go on sale for as low as $125/thousand. It's a great value for getting more practice in. Another great option is the Hornady 62gr BTHP, exclusively available at Mid-South reloading. They give great accuracy while barely costing more than a 55gr FMJ.

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