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Help me find some specific load data.

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Grassman, Mar 6, 2013.

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  1. Grassman

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    So with the current situation, I am running nearly out of powder and bullets. What I do have is about one pound of AR Comp and about a pound of Reloder 10x, and about 200-60 gr. Nosler bullets in .224. The problem is I can find next to no data on this load. I know AR Comp is a relatively new powder, so very little data. I have found some data for the AR Comp for .308, which I've read this powder likes heavier bullets. But not much for .223, can anyone help me with some loads with these powders and bullet weights? My gun in a Remington R15, 18" barrel 1-9 twist. Thanks
     
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    I didn't find those combinations in my Nosler manuals, but Hornady's 8th lists a max load of 21.8 grains of 10x using their 60 grain bullets.
     
  3. Grassman

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    That is a MAX load?
     
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    Yes. Just checked again. They start at 19 grains and go up to 21.8 grains as the MAX load.
     
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    Thanks
     
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    Hmmm Odd, Alliant's data goes from 52 gr to 55 gr to 68 gr.
    No data for 60 gr bullets.

    But, I bet if you email them, their ballastician will answer you.
    (I've emailed them & gotten quick replies)
     
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    Yeah that's all I've found too. Notta for 60 gr.
     
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    Nada for 60 gr.
     
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