Does H110 require a magnum primer ?
Unfortuantely, even if it doesn't require a magnum primer; that doesn't mean they didn't use one.
Originally Posted by rscott5028
Ironically, I would recommend you start low and work up. But, that's the exact opposite of what you're trying to achieve.
There's a way to do this, without having to pull many more bullets. Hopefully you live close to a range or spot you can shoot/chrono..?
I load one to three cases with a starting charge, and increase each shot with more powder until I find maximum (or the velocity I want). By time I find maximum; I've usually ruined or come close to ruining only one or maybe two
cases, but I think that's better than pulling bullets and such, and gives me more cases to work with later.
If you live close to a range, perhaps this would work for you..??