I was looking for opinions from the experts here on the amount and type of crimp you use on your wadcutters. I currently use a classic old 2.8 N310 load with a 148 H&N wadcutter as I'm in europe and very lightly taper crimp
What would you recommend for accuracy?
Also, do you find a difference in accuracy at 50 metres/yards depending on how often brass has been used or indeed do you trim cases to length?
I use H&N 125grs HighSpeed (copper plated) with 3,4grs N32C TinStar and a light taper crimp.
Good for the x ring at 50m from benchrest out of a bbl.
I use starline brass, for matches up to 10x reloaded before I switch them for training or sidematches.
Never discovered a bad precision until the brass bursts.
Regards from Germany!