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Old 02-24-2013, 03:22 PM   #1
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hey guys/gals, is there a good site that shows factory ammo load data? thanks

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Old 02-24-2013, 05:47 PM   #2
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IMO invest in a good modern reloading book-
I do not trust internet stuff on important things-------

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I agree you never know what's true out on the net.
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You are wanting to know what load the factory uses? Not likely. Large manufacturers use canister powders not available to you and I (for the most part). They develop loads for a specific batch of powder, primers, cases, bullets. Each lot is custom developed independantly. To say Remchester 9mm 124 gr JHP is loaded with 4.6 gr of powder X is not realistic. "Powder X" is actually "Powder X, Lot 123ABC from supplier B-43". You have no way of knowing exactly what this powder is.

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hey guys/gals, is there a good site that shows factory ammo load data? thanks
When you decide on what powder to use, just go on their website. More information there than you can ever use.
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thanks friends, i'm not wanting to copy their recipes. just wondering why the remington 180gr .44mag that you can buy at wally world is such a hot load. i reload .44mag and was just wondering...

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