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  • Hey mate. I read a reply on the Barnes TTSX for the 30-06. I have been loading 165grain with 4350 and have been getting varying degrees of success. I have only been seating them .050 off which I need to play with from further ready. I did also read on Barnes's website that the recommend the 168's for 30-06 as the bullet taper is better suited, any experience with this?
    Was reviewing post on load data for my 6.5x55 Swedes. Thanks for offering to share your info. Please share your load data with me if possible.
    Thank you very much for this. My email is drmadoerin48@gmail.com
    Duane
    Divernhunter,
    Owner of a tikka t3 6.5x55. Can across your Swede Loads post where you were offering up information on loads you've use previously. Looking to reload for Mature Bull Elk (700+lbs). Shot distances within 200yds. Curious to know what you have loaded up in the 140-160gr range. I'm looking forward to learning from your experience. Really appreciate your help. My email: mattpeschke@hotmail.com.
    Divernhunter, I would love any reloading data on the 6.5x55. I have a Winchester M70 Featherweight and it weights 7lbs...... I also have a 264 win mag with a Hart barrel that is a tack driver out to 400yds.
    That is as far as I can shoot on my land.....
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