Posted 11 April 2006 - 01:13 PM
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B A N G ! ! !
Since I have H322 I will start with 23.2g. and work up loads to 224.2.
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treasure every moment you have.
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Posted 10 June 2006 - 05:29 PM
Hi Steve,Sorry to get back to you so late but we are finally in our new home in Idaho.It's still a mess got the guns in the gun safe but the reloading bench will have to be built and put together in the near future. To answer your question of pressure the answer is yes,primer is flattening out defiantly would not drop any more powder in the load,and stay with the BR4 primer as they are thicker and can handle some extra pressure,at least thats the story in my Remington VS SF II
Thanks for the info John. I saw the IMR4198. 27.7g. Of IMR4198 is a HOT load. Do you have any pressure signs?Steve
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