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Old 10-03-2010, 07:53 PM   #1
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Default Cast Bullet Load data for .243 100 gr round nose with gas check

Hey guys,

Looking for a load for .243 win with 100 gr. round nose with gas check.


Thanks for any help.

-Brandon



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Old 10-03-2010, 09:16 PM   #2
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12/2400. Use Alox lube.



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12/2400. Use Alox lube.


Thanks, is that the max load for this bullet? Do you know what fps is by chance?
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"..is that the max load for this bullet? Do you know what fps is by chance?"

The term "max load" for a cast rifle bullet is irrelivant, it's a low pressure load but it's as hot as a hard lead bullet can take.

Speed's in the the 1,700+ fps range. Trajectory is very close to a .22 MRF but with more impact effect and that makes it a great squirrel hunting round.

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"..is that the max load for this bullet? Do you know what fps is by chance?"

The term "max load" for a cast rifle bullet is irrelivant, it's a low pressure load but it's as hot as a hard lead bullet can take.

Speed's in the the 1,700+ fps range. Trajectory is very close to a .22 MRF but with more impact effect and that makes it a great squirrel hunting round.
Sorry I am new to the cast world, thanks for you help, last question I have was about the gas check, this load is for a gas checked bullet correct? I am getting this information for an older fella that hasn't got the resources, so once again, thank you!
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Old 10-07-2010, 12:34 AM   #6
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Please use some type of filler to hold the powder against the primer. I use decron as a filler.

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