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220 swift vs 22-250 whats the maximum load for either?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Jake1996, Dec 9, 2010.

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  1. Jake1996

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    just want youre loading manual facts and thoughts.But notice the title didnt include the 223 as im not interested in that round.
     
  2. Jake1996

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    anyone got something
     
  3. Jake1996

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    what is everyones experience with these rounds can someone with both tell me which is more accurate for handloading and what the highest seep you ever got with either was.
     
  4. Kachok

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    220 swift is faster by about 100 fps in most bullet weights 3715 fps vs 3612 fps with 60 gr bullets.
     
  5. Jake1996

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    Thanks
     
  6. Jake1996

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    Does anyone else have loads?
     
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    do you reload?

    do you have a manual?
     
  8. Jake1996

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    Yeah I've got the hornaday book but no other book
     
  9. Damon555

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    I think most people are unwilling to give out max load info. There is a wealth of information on the powder and bullet manufacturers web pages......here is an example..... http://data.hodgdon.com/cartridge_load.asp

    Check them out
     
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