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who has a sierra manual need 65 gn data

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by gonefishin1, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. gonefishin1

    gonefishin1 Member

    I am looking for load data for 65 grain gameking sbt and h335 powder. I have looked at hodgdons website my lyman manual and online and I can't find anything. I am almost out of everything else and still have almost 8lbs of 335 left. I found data for 63 and 69 grain but they are different style bullets. Anyone have any data for this combo?
  2. plodder

    plodder Member

  3. BHarada

    BHarada New Member

  4. plodder

    plodder Member

    If for AR15 .223 my Sierra Edition V, 5th printing lists:

    .224" 65 gr. SBT
    C.O.A.L. 2.260"
    (requires 1 x 10 twist or faster
    22.8=2600 fps
    23.6=2700 fps
    24.4=2800 fps
    24.8=2850 fps
    25.2=2900 fps
    25.6=2950 fps (MAX)
  5. gonefishin1

    gonefishin1 Member

    Oh yes 223/5.56 for my ar I knew I forgot something thanks guys

    Edit: thank you plodder that's what I was looking for
  6. 45lcshooter

    45lcshooter New Member

    I'll take the 8lbs of h335 off your hands if you can't find data. Lol. (I saw the data someone posted above, just thought I'd be a smart donkey) lol.
  7. gonefishin1

    gonefishin1 Member

    Lol yea I have had a few people offer to take it for me... I did have 2 jugs but I gave my neighbor 1 of them for what I paid for it....
  8. Doug b

    Doug b Member

    Gonefishin been experiance that 335 likes a mag primer if you can find em.
  9. gonefishin1

    gonefishin1 Member

    That's what I was thinking and I have been using the cci #41 I believe they are basicly the same...their website said use mag primer data anyway. Am I correct in thinking this?Thanks for the help
  10. Doug b

    Doug b Member

    Thats my understanding also.The #41 is mil spec and mil spec is a mag prime.
  11. ArchAngelCD

    ArchAngelCD Active Member

    I use a NATO primers with H335 for my AR ammo but a CCI-400 primers with H335 for my bolt action rifle. I have never had a problem with that combination.
  12. Doug b

    Doug b Member

    I don't understand how they can put that much difference in such a tiny primer pellet but my match grade bushmaster sure can.

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