SG Ammo has been my hook up for quite some time for my 6.5x57 M-S. I buy everything I can from those cats!We bring in as much of the 7x57 as possible, but recent market conditions have made it impossible to keep up with demand. We don't have a retail sales program at this time, however we have several good online resellers/dealers that stock all of the S&B loads as they become available; SG Ammo, Target Sports, Lucky Gunner and Midway. SG Ammo probably stocks the widest variety and all of the unique loads when they come in.
Ahaaa, they had 140gr soft points. I bought a box to try $26.50 opened the box & found them to be a semi pointed almost a RN. WOW just try to find a RN to reload here & I’m a fan of RN hunting bullets. When out 22 degrees & snow quits we’ll see how they shoot.Sat. I saw our local gun shop had some S&B 7X57 ammo in stock. I’m going to see what bullet weights they have.
Normally I load my ammo, but 175gr 7s are getting hard to find.
My Mauser loves them shoot better than Remington 175 grain round nose.Ahaaa, they had 140gr soft points. I bought a box to try $26.50 opened the box & found them to be a semi pointed almost a RN. WOW just try to find a RN to reload here & I’m a fan of RN hunting bullets. When out 22 degrees & snow quits we’ll see how they shoot.
Does S&B offer the SPCE bullet in a 9.3x62 loading?Good to hear. That's a great short-med range load. I find it to be quite accurate in my No 1 and M77 7x57's. Good luck with the new knees. Been there with hip and knee. The recovery is no fun, but the results are worth the effort.
Agreed 100%! I've gone back to heavy for cal, round nose soft-points when I know shots will be inside of 300.I don’t discount the usefulness of the good old round nose, the superior ballistics of spritzers don’t really kick in until you get past 300yds. I try hard to keep my shots under 300.