Originally Posted by Shooter54
Any opinion on the G7 Ballisstics Calculator?
It's pretty good. I use it often. I have an ipod so I use the FTE Ballistics program as well. I just printed out to field cards off the G7 Ballistics calculator yesterday. So do you need advice on equipment for reloading or what exactly are you needing in information? For a well rounded reloading manual, I like the Lyman 49th edition. I use three different manuals when I load to compare load data. The Sierra load manual has never steered me wrong either. The Sierra and Lee loading manuals have some great reading in the beginning of the books on "How to load" and some extra advice on advanced techniques. Don't know if you have found the sight yet, but Accurate shooter has a ton of info with with advanced loading info. They won't actually have a lot of information on the .338WM, but all the information is still pertinent for brass preparation and load work up.
I think you'll find that H4350/IMR 4350, H4831/IMR4831, H1000, Ramshot Magnum, Accurate RL19 and 22, will work well for the 225 Hornady's. If you want to shoot the heavier bullets, then I would suggest slower powders. Here is a great reference for comparing burn rates. This is useful when you want to try different powders from other companies and want to stay in specific burn rate. Burn rate is the speed of the powder burn to propel specific weight bullets. The lighter the bullet, the faster the powder you want. The heavier the bullet, the slower the burn. Here is one I use by Lapua:
This should get you started.
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