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243 Hornady SST need OAL

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by WV_Vizsla, Nov 6, 2009.

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  1. WV_Vizsla

    WV_Vizsla Member

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    My Hornady book does not include 243 SST.. Please help with OAL and max powder charge of 4350, R22 and/or 4895 Yes I will start lower.
     
  2. jbkebert

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    There you go. Good luck
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  3. WV_Vizsla

    WV_Vizsla Member

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    Just the ticket!
    Now where are my 90 degree phase shifting glasses ??
     
  4. jbkebert

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    I can't make it too easy on you.:D I would turn it but don't know how. My tech support guys are already in bed. Being 9 and 10 they have to crash early.
     
  5. Strongbad

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    I know this is a late late response, got sidetracked the other day, but my 788 shoots dime sized groups with H-4350 and the 95 gr. SST's. OAL is 2.75" on my loads.
     
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  7. counterclockwise

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    Don't let the cannelure position throw you. My friend's 7mm Rem Mag handloads has the SST cannelure out front of the neck. My 7mm-08 has the SST cannelure out front of the neck. I don't have the .243 SSTs, so that situation may be different.
     
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    I'd say the cannelure is about 1/8" forward of the case mouth on my loads, @ 2.75 Fantastic load and it kills deer like a lightning bolt.
     
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