I got my bullets from hornady 30.06 is what I will be loading first , I have a lot of H335 powder so I thought I would use that , the bullets are 150 grain ,what they offer with there free bullets , I need a good load data for this bullet using the H335 powder. Thanks TEDMI.
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December 20, 2007, 09:58 AM
Be sure to double-check against a reloading manual.
Minor thread hijack: Is H335 suitable for the M1 with 150-168gr bullets? Burn charts put it just a little bit faster than the standard bearer, 4895.
December 20, 2007, 11:43 AM
First post here, but I think I can help you.
Like you I had a bunch of H335, and I was burning up in a Galil and figured why not try it in a Winchester 1917 Enfield. I used 147 grain FMJ BT's seated to the cannelure, but not crimped, and 49.5 grains of H335. Over the screens the results for four shots were:
Further informal shooting at targets up to 300 yards showed good accuracy, and continued no pressure problems. Obviously metering was about perfect, and it was a nice way to not have to dump and refill the measure and stay with one propellant during caliber changes. Just a note, these results were from about 12 years ago but I would think that H335 has remained pretty much the same... YMMV.
Well, I see a lot of other posts I would like to add to, and hope you have good luck with the H335/30-06!
December 20, 2007, 06:47 PM
The Hornady 7th edition lists H335 data for "Garands" using 150-155 grain bullets. (Below)