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Old 08-09-2010, 08:01 PM
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22:250 AI load / general information


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Anyone who has had the 22:250 and then moved to the AI version in basicly the same rifle base, do you have any load iformation on the AI, and what was your own individual views of the move to the AI, differences in ballistics etc.

Preferably from someone who has owned both the stock rifle and then the 22:250AI.
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Old 08-09-2010, 08:55 PM
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Had a Ruger M77 (tang safety) in 22-250 that was rechambered into 22-250 AI. Unfortunately, a co-worker lusted after it for antelope hunting and I let it go with all my reloading notes. As I recall, the new case capacity increased about 4 grains and the velocity increased approx. 250 fps. Never loaded to full potential as excessive bore wear was considered.

You can use the .220 Swift loading data for the 22-250 AI if you have access to that data.
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