i swear i read a article that said he
got that speed by it having the same point
of impact as his .220 swift at 300 yards..
now i seen that someone says that the editor
says it was a type o.I wish i could remember
what article that came from as if it can be
confirmed that it was a type o. i would confront the person who wrote that..
i didnt get it from here but look at the data from this link http://www.reloadbench.com/cartridges/w30cody.html
it doesnt seen right if that 250
grain bullet was supposed to have been a
150 grain bullet.. as i use 100 grains of
imr 4350 in my .30-378 with a SHORT 26 inch
barrel.. and it was shot though a oehler
chrono (the oehler wasnt mine) at 3,810
the load was slighty stickly. but i dont plan to shoot it..it was just for fun..
and that load of mine is FACT NO B.S and
also the chrono was a oehler 35p and i didnt
own it.. my el cheap chrono wouldnt even
pick it up..i think muzzle blast was messing with it.. anyway it seems things
just get more skewed by the min and none of
us on the forum is doing it.. its the Publications and their editors and wherever
they get their info from. [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]