I am wondering if anyone would know what happened.I fired
a round with 86 grains of Retumbo,200 Accubond,Fed215m primer COL at 3.595" Fired like any other round except that
when i removed the case there was a 1/16 dia hole just below the shoulder.I have never used this powder before and I did not fire anymore until i find out what happened. The brass i used was shot maybe 3 times prev. with different loads. Suggestions??
Agree with Bill Bailey, I'm using 92 grains of Retumbo with Berger 210 gr. bullet. MV = 3025 ft/s.
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That load sounds like its a little on the lighter side. 85 grains under a 240 is a lot different than 86 with a 200 acc. 86 with the 200 should be on the bottom end. My thought is under pressure. I've had a 7rum and a 300 rum, sometimes with light loads they would dent right on the edge of the shoulder. Never had a hole though. The gases pass down the side of the neck before it seals the chamber.
The reason for the 86 is the loads on the internet i seen started at 89.5 thought i would work up to. I dont have the Reloading manual for that powder. I guess i will try the other rounds and see what happens....