What are the long range accuracy results of the Whiteout 308 152 and 200 grain?



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Offline Lion

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I am very interested in your/the accuracy results with Bob's Whiteout 308-200-FN-BT-200 grains slugs and the 152 grains.
And what would you choose for 150 yards target shooting?
My setup: 300 fpe with 27" LW barrel.
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I don't know anyone who is shooting the 200 grain. I believe the mold for that one was not right.

I have the 176 grain mold but haven't had a chance to cast any yet.  I will post back here when i finally get a chance to cast some and test them.
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The 200 gr. mould was made by Veral at LBT, and indeed he didn't make it to the requested specs....

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Thanks. With the websearch engine I had only found the 152 and the 200 grains Whiteout. Not the mould for the 176 grains.
I'm very curious about the test results.
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The 152 gr. BBT is not called a Whiteout.... that was only the 200 gr.... NOE carry moulds for the BBT in 135, 154 and 176 gr....

http://noebulletmolds.com/NV/index.php?cPath=30

Sixshooter has used the 135 gr. quite a bit with good results.... The other bullets are too long and heavy for most PCPs, you need a powerful gun with a fast twist rate to use them.... The 200 gr. was designed to be used at 4500 psi using Helium in a 8" twist.... I don't have a gun capable of using any of them....

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Thanks. the 308-154-FN-BF2 would be a good start.
I better wait until AncientSword had tested the 176 grains slugs.
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I'm guessing you will lose 50-60 fps with the 176 gr. compared to the 154 gr.... In a 300 FPE gun, either should work OK, provided you have a fast enough twist rate....

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