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The 6.8 is not new to me as I used this round in a T/C G2 Contender single shot to take coyotes and whitetail deer. I have been reloading for a while and this round was fun to work with. But, now I am moving to an AR and now I feel like a rookie. I will be using my new Rock River Arms to mainly hunt coyotes here in New Hampshire. So, 90 grn Speer bullets is my main focus. And I see I have come to the right place. You all have done the work for me. The info here is great. This will be my first semi-auto to handload for and I know I will be asking all kinds of questions. So, bear with me.

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Hello

The 6.8 is not new to me as I used this round in a T/C G2 Contender single shot to take coyotes and whitetail deer. I have been reloading for a while and this round was fun to work with. But, now I am moving to an AR and now I feel like a rookie. I will be using my new Rock River Arms to mainly hunt coyotes here in New Hampshire. So, 90 grn Speer bullets is my main focus. And I see I have come to the right place. You all have done the work for me. The info here is great. This will be my first semi-auto to handload for and I know I will be asking all kinds of questions. So, bear with me.

Thanks

Highwaystar
Welcome aboard. The Speer 90 Gr. are awsome rounds.
 

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Well you are right things are a bit different with the AR as now you have to worry about the limits on OAL for the mag and you can't push pressure as high as you can with the T/c as its not as supports but you probably weren't going that hard anyways. There is a ton of info here and besides the ARE we would love for you to share any of you knowledge about its use in the T/C as we can all learn things and this site is for all 6.8s not jsut ARs.
 
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