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    Mine is a bit earlier than the OP's. Has the tag under the buttplate.
    Splurged and got the target sights and scope mount for it - my old eyes can't handle open sights very well.
    It is accurate. Just assembled some loads today. I'm using .284 Winchester cases. Very minor reforming required.

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    Those are both very beautiful rifles guys. Anyone have a good load recipe for GP11 style loads?


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    I load with N140 and 180 grs. FMJBT bullets from S&B, but I don't think the loads are really similar to the original ones, since I have to keep the rear sight up a notch or two.
    If I', not wrong the last loads I tried were 44,0 grs.
    I also tried 147 hrs. FMJBT, again from S&B with 46,5 grs. of N140.
    OAL I can't remember, guess I made them 78,0 mm?
    Must check.
    I was not pleased with the 147's, while the 180's were very good.
    I'll keep trying.

    34a cp., btg. Susa, 3^ rgt. Alpini

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