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45-70 Magnum CCI350

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by txgho1911, Jan 10, 2006.

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  1. txgho1911

    txgho1911 Member

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    45-70 Magnum CCI250

    I have a few loads now with IMR powders. I am only loading with CCI 300 LRP. I know with a slight increase in cost for CCI 250 LMRP I will cut 10-20% of powder. Does anyone have a load worked up for IMR 4198 using Magnum primers?
    What other powders do you have magnum loads for in the 45-70. I only got a 100 pack so this may be a short lived trial.

    Bad typo fixed.
     
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  2. steveno

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    how do you figure you will beable to cut back on the powder 10 - 20%? why are you using pistol primers (not that they won't work)? that being said I doubt that you would see any difference at all
     
  3. txgho1911

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    I am guessing I will use less powder with a Mag primer. I am not using pisol primers. I misstyped the #. Standard CCI200 and mag CCI250 large rifle primer.
     
  4. ReloaderFred

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    That's not necessarily how it works. You'll be better off sticking with established load data and not trying to economize by substituting primers and reducing powder. I suggest you just find a load that shoots well in your gun and stick with it.

    Hope this helps.

    Fred
     
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