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Quickload Results Please 30-30 110gr HP & N120

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Eb1, Jan 23, 2013.

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  1. Eb1

    Eb1 Member

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    I would like to use some of my stock pile of VV N120 for the 30-30 using the Speer 110 gr HP and VV N120 with a Rem 9 1/2 primer. Mix of brass Rem and Win.

    Could someone with Quickload run a formula for me if you don't mind? I know that N120 is near IMR 4198 and RL7. I would just like to see what QL says about that combo.

    Thank you.
     
  2. Eb1

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    Revisiting this post

    I am still interested in this data if someone would be so kinds.

    Load information using Quick Load for:

    30-30 Winchester
    Winchester/R-P Brass
    CCI/Win/Rem Primers
    Speer 110 Semi-Jacketed HP
    Vihtavuori N-120

    I didn't want to just bump this thread, but I would like to add more info if needed. I have worked up a load with this powder using the 125 Grain Sierra FNHP moving at 2150 fps for short distance deer out of a 30-30 using a red dot. Works awesome!
    I also have data with the 125 Grain Sierra FNHP @ 2500 fps with VV-N120. Just need to get that 110 Grain Semi-Jacketed HP moving. I have used H335, but didn't get good results. I know there is data for RL7 and this bullet. VV-N120 is close to RL7.
     
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    Barrel Length and OAL?

    Code:
     Cartridge          : .30-30 Win. (SAAMI)
    Bullet             : .308, 110, Speer HP 1835
    Cartridge O.A.L. L6: 2.550 inch or 64.77 mm
    Barrel Length      : 22.0 inch or 558.8 mm
    Powder             : Vihtavuori N120
    
    Predicted data by increasing and decreasing the given charge,
    incremented in steps of 2.0% of nominal charge.
    CAUTION: Figures exceed maximum and minimum recommended loads !
    
    Step    Fill. Charge   Vel.  Energy   Pmax   Pmuz  Prop.Burnt B_Time
     %       %    Grains   fps   ft.lbs    psi    psi      %        ms
    
    -20.0   68    24.00   2119    1097   20555   4244     94.5    1.426
    -18.0   69    24.60   2164    1143   21701   4356     95.4    1.397
    -16.0   71    25.20   2208    1191   22907   4463     96.2    1.368
    -14.0   73    25.80   2252    1239   24178   4566     97.0    1.341
    -12.0   75    26.40   2296    1287   25517   4663     97.6    1.314
    -10.0   76    27.00   2339    1336   26927   4754     98.2    1.288
    -08.0   78    27.60   2382    1385   28413   4840     98.7    1.262
    -06.0   80    28.20   2424    1435   29976   4920     99.1    1.238
    -04.0   81    28.80   2466    1485   31618   4993     99.4    1.214
    -02.0   83    29.40   2507    1536   33326   5060     99.7    1.190
    +00.0   85    30.00   2548    1586   35104   5121     99.9    1.168
    +02.0   86    30.60   2589    1637   36965   5174    100.0    1.145  ! Near Maximum !
    +04.0   88    31.20   2629    1688   38918   5220    100.0    1.120  ! Near Maximum !
    +06.0   90    31.80   2668    1739   40965   5264    100.0    1.096  ! Near Maximum !
    +08.0   92    32.40   2707    1790   43113   5306    100.0    1.072  !DANGEROUS LOAD-DO NOT USE!
    +10.0   93    33.00   2745    1840   45365   5347    100.0    1.050  !DANGEROUS LOAD-DO NOT USE!
    
    Results caused by ± 10% powder lot-to-lot burning rate variation using nominal charge
    Data for burning rate increased by 10% relative to nominal value:
    +Ba     85    30.00   2643    1706   41594   4912    100.0    1.094  !DANGEROUS LOAD-DO NOT USE!
    Data for burning rate decreased by 10% relative to nominal value:
    -Ba     85    30.00   2411    1420   28743   5141     96.3    1.250
     
     
  4. Eb1

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    Thank you.

    Thank you.

    I can give you that information.

    Barrel Length: 20" Marlin 336
    OAL: 2.415


    Thank you again. I hope this refines your query.
     
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