I've been using the 28.0 grains of Re10x with 115 grain SMK's in my Bison 20" Stainless with superb accuracy.
Yet, come winter, I'll switch over to either a 110 grain PH or 130 Grain but my bigger question is:
What is my best COLD weather powder to use when I take the rifle deer hunting this year?
I live in Wisconsin and hunt in the far north. Last year, opening day was -9 F. Yes, MINUS 9!!!
I've already read that 10x would not be my best choice this winter. Could you all recommend what you'd think my best choice for powder would be?
I can't even begin to simulate -9F with a bag of ice ( LOL!!!) but if a chill test is recommended, I'll do that, too.