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Old 09-07-2011, 06:51 PM
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Help with HORNADAY'S

I need some help here, I have no idea where in the #ell my new book is.
I need loading for the 150gr SSTs for the .3006 and the 150gr SSTs for the 7 MAG (NOT THE SHORT OR ULTRA)
I am getting a little pi$$t, my son.
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Old 09-07-2011, 07:03 PM
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Re: Help with HORNADAY'S

I'm not your son but Hornadys are bullets like any other cup and core bullets. Pick a data source for the powder and bullet weight you want, start low and slowly work up to book max or see pressure signs (back off if you do).

If reloaders had to have specific data on every bullet we use there are a lot of 'em we would never be able to load for.

Who, or what, are you angry at?
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Old 09-07-2011, 07:14 PM
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Re: Help with HORNADAY'S

work up to be shur its safe,but my load is an old one that has been around
many years for the 30-06 and I only load the 150 sst and set it to the
canalure and they have been safe and accurate in every rifle so far.
but start low and work up to be sure.

52.0 grains imr 4064 with win large rifle primers
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Re: Help with HORNADAY'S

P.M. sent
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Re: Help with HORNADAY'S

Out of my Browning X-bolt using 58.2 grs of IMR 4350 it was sub MOA.
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Old 09-07-2011, 09:04 PM
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Re: Help with HORNADAY'S

Wich powder? Or do you want em all? I've got Hornadys 7 th edition right here in my hands. Fling me a p.m. with your e-mail if you want a picture of the page to print & hang on your wall Hehehehe.
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Old 09-08-2011, 07:58 AM
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Re: Help with HORNADAY'S

My son borowed my book and left it at some lo-lifes house and he works 6days a week and cant find time to get my book back. he never asked me.
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