I have an AR47 (DPMS 7.62x39, 16" bbl) which I am getting tuned in for hog and coyote hunting. I have lots of FMJ 1970's and 80's Yugoslavian ammo (shoots real nice with beautiful brass that I am prepping to reload with the usual berdan wrinkle..). I also have lots of S&B 123gr soft point ammo. I am experimenting now with a 110gr 308 hollow point from Sierra. I am looking for a load that is a little flatter shooting with a bit more muzzle velocity, while being inexpensive to reload. I have also heard that reliable expansion of the bullet can be a problem given the anemic muzzle velocity of this round. Particularly for the coyotes, which might be longer shots I would like something with better expansion potential. My Hornady reloading manual does not list Hodgdon H4895 loads for 110gr bullets. However, it appears that for a 125gr spire point, a 29gr load is recommended. I know that 28gr of H4895 fills the case to the base of the neck. 29gr would probably be half way up the neck. Does anyone have software to do a load calculation for this combo ? I am using Sellier & Bellot once fired brass (boxer primed). When does a compressed load become a problem ? The H4895 is not a very dense powder due to the long grains.