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Old 03-11-2008, 09:43 AM
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I "second" the comments of Bradtothebine

Fireforming using cream-of-wheat requires testing and very small incrimental increase of powders at a time for best result.
Just like any reloading process.

Follow the advise that Badtothebone has outlined above for the actual process

And yes, there is a difference between the 2 powders discussed.
Even SAME brand/same numbered powders should be kept in original containers and not mixed together.
Reloading 101

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Old 03-11-2008, 02:56 PM
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Al and Brad, check this out:

H414
Spherical H414 is a ballistic kin to Winchester 760 and has wide applications in diversified cartridges. It is especially popular in the 30-06 and similar sized rounds. Use in cartridges as large as 375 H&H is not uncommon.
Source: Lyman Reloading Manual 47th Edition


This spherical powder has an extremely wide range of use. From the 22-250 Remington to the 375 H & H, it will give excellent results. It is simply ideal in the 30/06. As with all of our spherical powders, it delivers incredibly consistent charge weights through nearly any type of powder measure. H414 yields similar results to H4350 in most cartridges, although charge weights will vary. Available in 1 lb. & 8 lb. containers.

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Old 03-11-2008, 03:48 PM
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thanks for the explanation

I don't use either of those powders so it doesnt really matter to me.
But, good explanation.
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Old 03-11-2008, 09:57 PM
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A ballistic kin

But still shows up 2 spots different on the burn chart......

U do it your way......Ill do it mine. Even though its a BALLISTIC KIN, Id bet that they dont just package some with h414 and then switch to a different labeling/packaging and call it 760......

To each his own....

tell me why is the speer reloading manual #13 pg 157 .22-250 50gr that although the same chARge of powder is used, there is a velocity difference??? same powder?? i think not.

example 2, same book, pg 162 .220 swift 50gr. h414 42.5gr max 3770fps....ww760 42.5 3743 fps...

I relize they are CLOSE but they arent THE SAME..... And you should know in the handloading quest for accuracy that a SUBTLE difference sometimes can make a world of difference ( 5 thou seating depth, .2 of a gr etc etc etc )......

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Old 03-14-2008, 05:22 PM
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Magnum maniac,
Cream of wheat is semolina back here in pommieland, just wandered if you aussies call it the same:p

Ian
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Old 03-15-2008, 07:24 PM
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Magnum maniac,
Cream of wheat is semolina back here in pommieland, just wandered if you aussies call it the same:p

Ian
YEEEEEEEESSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I had no idea what the stuff WAS!
Finally! I can now go and buy the stuff and stop wasting my PUMPKIN!
Very MESSY way to do things!
Thanks HEAPS Centre Punch ( good to see you spell 'centre' correctly!)
Woo Hoo!!!!!!!!!!!!
MagnumManiac
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Old 03-18-2008, 02:51 PM
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Glad i could help mate.
I dont use yank spellings magnum, the same goes for milimetre, centimetre etc......

Ian
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