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6.5x55

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by pendle, Oct 15, 2010.

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  1. pendle

    pendle Member

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    I have some sierra 120gr spitzer and some h4350 the only loading data [hodgdon] i can find is for 120 gr nos bt would this load do
     
  2. BsChoy

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    yes just make sure to work up according to the load manual
     
  3. pendle

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    Thanks. Pendle
     
  4. Sunray

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    Yep. Load for the bullet weight. Who made it doesn't matter.
    Would have told you to buy a manual until I noticed where you are. Makes a difference.
     
  5. 10 Spot Terminator

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    My vintage 1910 Gustaf milsurp swede loves the 120 gr Nosler bt and H4350.It is quick and accurate at less than max load.
     
  6. pendle

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    I have been and zeroed the sabatti 6.5x55 using some ppu ammo. then shot some home loads and found 120gr with 44 gr of h4350 shot the best
     
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