Cool! Thanks!nycstripes said:With the longer barrel of the DMR, look into loading for the 69gr and the 77gr bullets for the best performance at distance.
If you don't shoot beyond 200 yards, the 77's won't really be ideal since they are best in distances beyond 300 yards. For the 100-200 yard distances, the 60gr Hornady V-max and 69gr Match bullets would be better.
Here you go:SWJewellTN said:I have a brand new DMR that I would like to reload for, so I ask what is the most accurate recipe for it?
Ordered, thanks.SkyPup said:Here you go:SWJewellTN said:I have a brand new DMR that I would like to reload for, so I ask what is the most accurate recipe for it?
Read this to see what we've accomplished this last year or so:
BTW - The 2009 7th Edition Hornady Reloading Manual has complete Service Rifle loads for the Hornady 75 grain BTHP for use in autoloaders (AR platforms) with a 1:7 twist and 1:10 twist. You ought you purchase yourself a copy of it and get to work.... :wink:
I will. I have already picked up some 75 gr and powder. I'm supposed to receive my manual on the 12th.SkyPup said:Just be sure to pay attention to the "Service Rifle Loads" and not the "Bolt Action Loads" for your 556 DMR.