Originally Posted by delbert
I have 110's, 130's, or 150's. I was thinking of using the 150's. I'm not actually trying to kill turkeys. I wanted to fire form some new brass for my .270. The only way I can load a bullet to contact the lands (and thus hold the base of the case against the bolt face during firing pin impact) is to use a 150gr. backwards which reminded me of something I read in an old loading book.
I meant to post this earlier.
No data on the 110gr in my Lee manual but 130 is 31.9 - 35.5, and the 150 is 30.5 - 34.5 with OAL at 3.250".
I did find one load for the 110gr bullet at Load Data.com, it's a "small game load" (<<their words) at 21grs.
Notes below the load data at LoadData.com:
"Remarks: case: Fed.; O.A. Ctg. Lgt. (inches): 3.30; under 1-inch at 100 yards; best small game & turkey load."