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#1 OFFLINE   GUNMAN556

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Posted Nov. 30 2009 - 06:44 PM

I am using IMR 4759 ,LC brass,and got 62gr.m855 bullets and some 65gr FMJ and HP. Newbie needs help please guys.


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Posted Nov. 30 2009 - 07:44 PM

That powder seems to be under IMRs shotgun and pistol powders. They don't have any data on their website for the .223 from what I see, someone with more knowledge than I will be along to help you out. Try calling IMR directly and they may be able to help or the bullet maker as well.


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Posted Nov. 30 2009 - 08:20 PM

I am using IMR 4759 ,LC brass,and got 62gr.m855 bullets and some 65gr FMJ and HP. Newbie needs help please guys.

63 GR. SIE SP Hodgdon Varget .224" 2.200" 24.5 3000 42,400 CUP 26.4 3199 50,700 CUP
63 GR. SIE SP IMR IMR 4320 .224" 2.200" 23.0 2733 42,500 PSI 25.5 2975 52,900 PSI
63 GR. SIE SP IMR IMR 4064 .224" 2.200" 22.5 2765 44,400 PSI 24.8C 3028 52,600 PSI
63 GR. SIE SP Winchester 748 .224" 2.200" 25.0 2970 47,500 CUP
63 GR. SIE SP Hodgdon BL-C(2) .224" 2.200" 24.0 2847 36,600 CUP 26.0 3054 46,300 CUP
63 GR. SIE SP IMR IMR 4895 .224" 2.200" 22.9 2758 42,700 PSI 25.3 3054 53,500 PSI
63 GR. SIE SP Hodgdon H335 .224" 2.200" 22.5 2820 41,000 CUP 25.0 3051 50,000 CUP
63 GR. SIE SP Hodgdon H4895 .224" 2.200" 23.5 2831 43,300 CUP 25.5 3078 50,000 CUP
63 GR. SIE SP IMR IMR 8208 XBR .224" 2.200" 21.0 2783 43,000 PSI 23.1 2995 52,400 PSI
63 GR. SIE SP IMR IMR 3031 .224" 2.200" 21.0 2737 42,900 PSI 23.3 3018 53,000 PSI
63 GR. SIE SP Hodgdon Benchmark .224" 2.200" 22.0 2845 41,800 CUP 24.2 3066 50,500 CUP
63 GR. SIE SP Hodgdon H322 .224" 2.200" 20.0 2672 38,100 CUP 22.0 2862 48,400 CUP
63 GR. SIE SP IMR IMR 4198 .224" 2.200" 18.5 2756 48,100 PSI 20.0 2946 53,500 PSI
63 GR. SIE SP Hodgdon H4198 .224" 2.200" 18.0 2680 33,600 CUP 20.0 2846 44,600 CUP
Hope this helps as a starting point
No 62 gr. or 65gr. at Hogdon

here is a little more
60 GR. HDY V-MAX Hodgdon Varget .224" 2.250" 25.0 2924 40,400 CUP 27.0C 3159 51,900 CUP
60 GR. HDY V-MAX IMR IMR 4320 .224" 2.250" 23.7 2860 45,400 PSI 25.3C 3006 52,100 PSI
60 GR. HDY V-MAX IMR IMR 4064 .224" 2.250" 23.0 2837 42,500 PSI 24.7C 3055 52,600 PSI
60 GR. HDY V-MAX Hodgdon BL-C(2) .224" 2.250" 25.0 2948 44,900 CUP 27.0 3137 51,900 CUP
60 GR. HDY V-MAX IMR IMR 4895 .224" 2.250" 23.7 2884 45,000 PSI 25.2C 3052 52,700 PSI
60 GR. HDY V-MAX Hodgdon H335 .224" 2.250" 22.5 2910 43,700 CUP 24.0 3075 50,600 CUP
60 GR. HDY V-MAX Hodgdon H4895 .224" 2.250" 24.0 2918 37,600 CUP 26.0C 3174 50,100 CUP
60 GR. HDY V-MAX IMR IMR 8208 XBR .224" 2.250" 21.5 2857 43,500 PSI 23.6 3057 51,700 PSI
60 GR. HDY V-MAX IMR IMR 3031 .224" 2.250" 21.0 2815 42,500 PSI 22.5 3008 51,700 PSI
60 GR. HDY V-MAX Hodgdon Benchmark .224" 2.250" 23.0 2913 42,500 CUP 24.6 3086 49,900 CUP
60 GR. HDY V-MAX Hodgdon H322 .224" 2.250" 22.0 2873 40,300 CUP 23.5 3063 49,800 CUP
60 GR. HDY V-MAX IMR IMR 4198 .224" 2.250" 18.3 2795 42,500 PSI 19.5 2945 52,000 PSI
60 GR. HDY V-MAX Hodgdon H4198 .224" 2.250" 18.0 2747 42,500 CUP 20.0 2953 47,600 CUP


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Posted Dec. 01 2009 - 10:37 AM

That powder seems to be under IMRs shotgun and pistol powders. They don't have any data on their website for the .223 from what I see, someone with more knowledge than I will be along to help you out. Try calling IMR directly and they may be able to help or the bullet maker as well.

I just found that out so I guess I will use it for my 44 mag and 12 ga. BTW anyone got a good load for a 44 mag?

I will order some new powder today and from the above post I think it will be some Hagadorn powder! THANKS to the above poster for sharing his wisdom with a total reloading newbie! This is all being shot from a 20 inch 1:9 barrel. Keep them coming guys I still need to find a good ballistic tip in a BT 55 and 69 gr. The 62 gr.I got is ss109 does that matter?

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Posted Dec. 02 2009 - 06:24 PM

I just found that out so I guess I will use it for my 44 mag and 12 ga. BTW anyone got a good load for a 44 mag?

I will order some new powder today and from the above post I think it will be some Hagadorn powder! THANKS to the above poster for sharing his wisdom with a total reloading newbie! This is all being shot from a 20 inch 1:9 barrel. Keep them coming guys I still need to find a good ballistic tip in a BT 55 and 69 gr. The 62 gr.I got is ss109 does that matter?

never heard of Hagadorn powder, but for the 44 Mag, 240 gr. jhp, jsp, etc... 24 grs. of WW296 or H110 is moreorless a standard load for the caliber and bullet weight..


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Posted Dec. 04 2009 - 02:32 PM

never heard of Hagadorn powder, but for the 44 Mag, 240 gr. jhp, jsp, etc... 24 grs. of WW296 or H110 is moreorless a standard load for the caliber and bullet weight..

got t andthanks for the info! :thumb:





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