25-308 load


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OK-gobbler
November 14, 2006, 11:33 AM
Anybody have any load info for a 25-308 aka 25 souper. I've got the gun and dies and some bullets. 100 gr and 117 gr. Probably will try some 85 gr. I have IMR4895, IMR4831, and H414 available.

This is a good round. Kind of sad that it never made it into production. A 308 brass necked down to a .257. It sort of got left out of the mix. 243, 260, 7mm-08, 308, but no .257.

Any help would be apreciated.:)

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georgeduz
November 14, 2006, 01:09 PM
http://www.reloadingroom.com/page10.html ,this is a start

joe diaz
November 3, 2007, 04:37 PM
:):Di to just picked up a 25-308 had lots of help w/load data if you can send me your e-mail i can send you some of the loads that i used in my sako L579,it loves 75 gr V-Max and Varget 41 grs. CCI primers,it was hard getting data lots of people help out i will send what i have hope all works out and if you ever get rid of yours let me know first i would try to get it from you you are going to like shooting it,its like a 243 on steriods

fineredmist
November 3, 2007, 05:18 PM
For what it's worth my .25-06 just loves Speer 87 gr TNT bullets. They are accurate and extremely effective on varmints.

joe diaz
November 3, 2007, 10:34 PM
i have a bunch of 25-06 stuff dies bullets havy ones if you need any?

$10ring$
December 8, 2008, 01:21 AM
I recently purchased one myself, anyone have any load data worked up for one?

$10ring$
December 8, 2008, 01:39 AM
I purchased a rcbs trim die for 25 souper, found out it has a 17degree shoulder instead of a 20. The ammo I got with the gun is 20 degree also. Anyone have any ideas? If the wildcat is based on the 308 why would the trim die be a 17 degree?
SO MANY QUESTIONS SO LITTLE TIME!!

any body know where there is a set of affordable dies laying around?

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