need help with powder weight and type

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by long range erik, Jul 10, 2010.

  1. long range erik

    long range erik Member

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    Im am very confused about how many rounds i can reload with an a certain amount of powder
    I want to reload 7mm08 if I am using approximately 44grains per bullet
    how many rounds can I reload with 500 grams of powder

    also what powder do you believe is best for 7mm08
    out of:
    ADI AR-2213SC
    ADI AP50N
    ADI AP70N
    ADI AS30N
    ADI AS50N
    ADI AR2208
    ADI AP100
    ADI AR2206H
    ADI AR2219
    ADI AR2207
    ADI AR2217
    ADI Bench Mark 1
    ADI Bench Mark 2

    Thanks
     
  2. jimbires

    jimbires Well-Known Member

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    here is a gram to grain conversion chart . looks like you can get 175 loads out of 500 grams . in my 7-08 I've used IMR 4064 with good results . I've been playing with reloader 17 recently . I'm just to busy with other things to get serious with the shooting right now . Jim





    Grams to Grains conversion table - Weight conversions
     

  3. MikeMurf0505

    MikeMurf0505 Well-Known Member

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    1 pound of powder equals 7,000 grains.
    divide 7,000 by the number of grains per round and your done.

    You may want to make your powder canister for how many grains have been used / how many grains remain, so you know ahead of time if you'll need to open a new canister before you start loading your next load schedule.

    I make a schedule of what I am going to load before I start, so I know ahead of time what amount of powder I will use, tips, primers etc... It helps me stay focued on the job, by just checking off what I have loaded, I know whats next on the schedule.

    Good luck.