These loads are in .38 Spl cases, but you can use them in .357 cases with about the same results.
September 30, 2011, 09:25 PM
Do a search here, in this forum, for "replica reloads" or "GDSB 135-gr." or something similar, and you will probably turn up some recipes. A few years ago several of us worked on loads for 135-140 gr. lead bullets in both 38 Special and 357 Magnum cases.
added on edit: And, check Ramshot's loads, esp. for True Blue....
September 30, 2011, 09:46 PM
Lyman's 49th got nothing for ya, closest in it is 120 or 150. 150 has loads with bullseye, herco, blue dot, HS-6, AA#7, AA#9, 2400, N110, H110, and IMR 4227.
Let me know if any of those interest you.
October 1, 2011, 04:35 AM
The LEE relaoding book, Modern Reloading (2nd addition) has loads for;
135 grain Lead bullets, 140 grain jacketed, 140 grain XTP and 145 grain Lead Bullets if that helps you any.
October 2, 2011, 05:29 AM
Just to add to the above information you can also get load data for all Hodgdon, IMR and Winchester powders on the Hodgdon Load Data Site (http://data.hodgdon.com/cartridge_load.asp). Buying a manual or two or three isn't a bad idea either...
October 2, 2011, 12:59 PM
No offense intended to the OP, but this is the exact reason for a new reloader to find a load before you purchase components...
October 3, 2011, 08:49 AM
Just for your information MDI, I have been reloading for 30yrs, and I did not purchase these bullets they were given to me by someone getting out of reloading.
October 3, 2011, 01:05 PM
Please come back and ask anymore questions you might have. Civility might be a factor in future help also!
October 3, 2011, 04:22 PM
I had some possible load information, but now I'm afraid to say it!
October 4, 2011, 03:58 PM
FWIW, I reloaded my first ammo, .38 Special, in 1970. With what little experience I have, I haven't had to ask for load data on a forum for unlisted bullets. I did my research and loaded safely. But I stick to my words; a new reloader (and most others too) should have a load in mind before purchasing components, just common sense. Also, I pay very little attention to any forum "expert", "gun shop guru", or web site (except powder manufacturers, and those I triple check against my manuals) and get my loads from a published maual. I've read/heard some down right stupid and even dangerous load suggestions in gunshops and on forums, and there are enough loads in my manuals to keep me shooting/experimenting for a loooong time...
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