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From a max load back to a resized case?

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Unread 03-16-2013, 09:41 AM
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Re: From a max load back to a resized case?

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BTW, Sierra recommends powder charges in once fired military brass to be one haf to one grain LESS than the normal charge in all instances. That comes right from the Sierra loading manual, 5th edition.

I'm sure they have a solid reason for that. Sierra does extensive ballistics testing on all types of brass/projectile combinations. They have a state of the art 300 meter underground test range below their facility in Sedalia.

I load Sierra projectiles almost exclusively with the exception of Hornady V Max in 22 caliber.
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    Re: From a max load back to a resized case?

    I'd suggest 5% at least
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