I sent them an email with pictures. Response was vague, maybe a call is a better choice. Seated another one last night loading for a match this weekend. Tempted to shoot a gallon jug of water to see how fast they expand without the tips. Look like a wicked hollow point.Give 'em a call and you'll get it taken care of 260284.
I can only hope they finally release a 6mm bullet with a competitive BC. The reason to use the ELD-M bullets is that they're supposed to have BC's that are high for their weight and caliber, except the 108 ELD-M doesn't do that at all.110gr 6mm bullets
High pressure bolt?“I got no result when I called and told them their ammo was blowing primers”.
A buddy was hunting with a 6.5CM semi I’d sold him and locked up the action. Came back to me for a fix, and after disassembly, was two blown primers stuck under Geissele trigger. Hornady 140gr factory ammo. Shot a couple of mule deer with 143ELDX with no issues, and then this. Kind of problematic, with no evident resolution.
Blowing primers out would not be caused by a large FP. Only overpressure or an extremely over gassed condition where the bolt is unlocking while chamber pressure is still incredibly high where the brass won't extract fully and the bolt moves past the case head.High pressure bolt?
147 trues up to .335 in my 6.5 creed @ 2770.For comparison the 147 ELD-M with its BC of 0.315 is only bested by 150+ grain bullets or the 140 RDF (0.324) and 140 JLK (0.321).
High pressure bolts seem to have a habit of piercing primers when shooting large rifle primer ammo so it just makes you use SRP brass which eliminates most boxed ammo options.High pressure bolt?
While I know that the 350 legend doesn’t tick any boxes for long range precision rifle, I really want a short brush rifle in this cartridge. Then a contender barrel for it.Adding 350 Legend to their ammo line with a new bullet or two.