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300 Win Reloading???

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Unread 05-02-2010, 04:34 PM
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Re: 300 Win Reloading???

You are right Jeff, the pressures are a bit high!

If you are not actually touching the lands it gives a pressure of 63.5k abd 2981fps with a 28" barrel.

If you are touching the lands it recommends to add another 7200psi to the normal start pressure of 3625 psi, so you can see you are over 72Kpsi and a velocity of 3034fps.
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    Re: 300 Win Reloading???

    Rock that is very interesting. Thanks for doing that. I need to get on there and mess around with that thing.
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    Re: 300 Win Reloading???

    wow, just touching the lands take the pressure up 7200 psi. Ididnt think it would be this much.

    Thank you so much.

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