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30-30 load data and berrys bullets

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Gresham Shooter, Aug 8, 2004.

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  1. Gresham Shooter

    Gresham Shooter Member

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    I got a box of 30cal berry bullets in 110gr round nose and was wondeing if anyone has tryed to load them for their winchester model 64? I have seen the load data in the Hornady manual but I am not sure of the type of crimp to use or if they can be loaded in a tubular mag. Also what velocity to keep the bullets under. Any info would be great. Thanks in advace. Gresham Shooter:banghead:
     
  2. Vern Humphrey

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    I like to use standard powders with cast bullets -- try 30 grains of BL-(C)2, or the same charge of H414 or WW 760.

    I'd not use these in the magazine -- just single load them.
     
  3. LAH

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    Berry's plated bullets come with several cautions. Follow them. The coating on these bullets means they are handled a little different than either jacketed or cast bullets. The crimp should be lite if any.
     
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