Cast Bullet Loads using Accurate # 9

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afish4570 posted this 06 January 2024

Cast Bullet loads for 3030 3006 303 Brit

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John Carlson posted this 06 January 2024

Do you have some or are you looking for some?

John Carlson. CBA Director of Military Competition.

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pat i. posted this 06 January 2024

I'm using 13 1/2 to 14 1/2 grains in my 06 with a 180 grain plain base bullet. Velocity is around 1400 fps. It shoots alright but it's hit or miss so far. I'd probably drop it down a bit to start with the 30/30.

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linoww posted this 06 January 2024

 I've used #9(and w296)  in  30-30 and 308 probably thirty years. It works great.

 

"if it was easy we'd let women do it" don't tell my wife I said that!

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afish4570 posted this 07 January 2024

i have several  #'s of # 9 not being used in my 44 mag anymore.  I was looking for a use in my cast bullets for rifle reloads.

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linoww posted this 07 January 2024

i have several  #'s of # 9 not being used in my 44 mag anymore.  I was looking for a use in my cast bullets for rifle reloads.

 

the one and only RCBS Cast Bullet Manual has loads for rifles with W296 and H110.While not identical to #9 I've used the data with #9 with success

"if it was easy we'd let women do it" don't tell my wife I said that!

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