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Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Afy, Oct 10, 2008.

  1. Afy

    Afy Well-Known Member

    VV N-133 with the .260 Remington? If so what was your recipie and results...

  2. NCsmitty

    NCsmitty Well-Known Member

    I checked around and cannot find any loads for VV N-133 for the 260 Remington. It's medium-fast burn rate puts it between IMR3031 and Benchmark on the Hodgden.com burn rate chart. Hodgden does list loads for IMR3031 & Benchmark for the 260. If you're brave you could interpolate loads based on the known data, but IMO it's a waste of time. Ammoguide starts with VV N-140 and that's marginal in performance compared to other VV slower powders. It would be nice if you could locate a distributor in France who could procure some IMR4350 or H4350 or even Rel-19 or 22. Bonne chance!

  3. Afy

    Afy Well-Known Member

    Have tried futilely to do that.
    I have been interpolating 4350 data using Quickload. But in many a case I need 120% of case capacity...
  4. NCsmitty

    NCsmitty Well-Known Member

    Afy, sending you a PM.


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