Might need a shorter front sight, it's not the load.
You stared with the hotter loads and worked your way down?I messed it up cuz some holes did not keep walkin' down the ladder.
This is why they say, "Start low and work your way up; looking for overpressure signs constantly." That way you know when to stop in your rifle. I have many loads exceeding listed maximum charge weights.If I add more powder, I will go past all the reload manual maximums.
That was my first reply, and that it has nothing to do with the load.Halwg said:If you are shooting low you need a lower front sight not a higher one.
;D ;D ;DHipshot said:Squeeze the trigger harder, this will give you a much higher velocity thus the rifle will shoot higher! ;D :