Thanks alot guys [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img] .
Thanks for the data. I was going to use the 150gr remmys because they're only $21/100, but now i think about it your right, i'd be better off to pay the extra $10 and buy 110g V-Maxs or TNTs. probably more fun too [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img] . Anyone know which is more explosive?
head space gauge is ordered, thanks for the heads up [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]
Also i sent ADI an e-mail Friday night and got this back monday morning...
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Thank you for your recent enquiry with regard to reloading using ADI Sporting Powders.
Reduced loads can be achieved for the 308 Winchester using AR2206H where it is listed. Refer to the loads for AR2206H and use 60% of the maximum charge weight to achieve velocities of between 1500 and 2100ft/sec. Velocities will obviously vary for different projectile weights. This type of reloading should only be attempted using AR2206H, as it is the slowest powder that still provides uniform light up at reduced loads.
As an example, we have 45.5gn AR2206H listed as maximum for the 150gn projectile so using 60% of this would mean a charge weight of 27.3gns.
Please do not attempt to load below 60% of the listed maximum charge weight of AR2206H as light up problems may occur.
Extreme caution should be taken and loads should be worked up accordingly. Refer to our Website at www.adi-limited.com/handloaders-guide
or our handloaders’ guide for more information, warnings and reloading safety.
We thankyou for using ADI Sporting Powders.
ADI Technical Centre
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I'm going to see if i can get a can next week and i'll give it a try.