When starting load development pick a seating depth and stay with it until you have the most accurate powder load. Once a powder charge has been determined, then, vary the seating depth .010” on each side. Fire at least 3 groups at each setting, then go .005” on each side of the best group for 3 groups and pick the best one for your load.
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