Reloading Data Help!

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by LeonJ71, Feb 6, 2013.

  1. LeonJ71

    LeonJ71 Member

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    Im trying to prepare a shopping list for income tax...gonna start reloading my own ammo...I know the bullets I will be using which are

    Nosler Ballistic Tip Hunting Bullets 270 Caliber (277 Diameter) 130 Grain Spitzer

    Nosler Ballistic Tip Hunting Bullets 243 Caliber, 6mm (243 Diameter) 95 Grain Spitzer

    Im wanting to find a site online where I can get some data using the same powder (mainly to keep things simple) for both bullets...the .243 will be strictly hunting for our 2 rifles and the .270 will be used for hunting/500 yard target shooting..also I know the data book (will be on the to get list) has a min/max charge load so that would need to be on the site also

    If anyone can help I would greatly appreaciate it

    Leon
     
  2. nonnieselman

    nonnieselman Well-Known Member

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    Hodgdon - The Gun Powder People

    Go here, it will give you a good start.

    I started out using H4831 shooting 140gr Bergers out of my 270 and did really good at 600yds.

    Never shot any of the noslers tho.
     

  3. LeonJ71

    LeonJ71 Member

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    Thank you for the info...
     
  4. nonnieselman

    nonnieselman Well-Known Member

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    Yep!

    i did use superformance in my buddys 243 when i loaded for it.

    If you have never reloaded before, find a mentor or get the new hornady manual.
    Lots of good info in the front that will help you understand what your doin.

    be careful and triple check everything till you get a rythem down.
     
  5. LeonJ71

    LeonJ71 Member

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    There is a guy Im gonna have show me the ropes especially since the 2 .243's are for the kids..just looking to make things simple on components when I start ordering...

    I plan on starting simple with the Lee challanger set...and going to a digital scale right off the bat also..