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Old 12-24-2012, 03:56 PM   #1
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Default Need reloading data for .357 165grain

Got some 165 grain lead bullets and can't find any reloading data!! Can some one help me????

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Old 12-24-2012, 04:11 PM   #2
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Hodgdon does not list 165 in either 38spl or 357.

Found this on THR.com

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You can go with data for slightly heavier bullets. There should be some 170 gr data out there somewhere.

You should probably obtain the Lyman Cast Bullet Handbook and/or the Lee Precision Modern Reloading 2nd Edition manuals if you want to shoot a lot of cast.

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You can go with data for slightly heavier bullets. There should be some 170 gr data out there somewhere.

You should probably obtain the Lyman Cast Bullet Handbook and/or the Lee Precision Modern Reloading 2nd Edition manuals if you want to shoot a lot of cast.
Lee's second edition does not list 165 either.
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Closest I can come is 158 grains. What powder are u using?

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He needs to use 170gr data.

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Ok but in the lee book I have there is no load data for 170g lead bullets? Can y'all tell
Me what other reloading manual is a good one for me to buy? Cause I'l learning I need more than one?

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Use the 168 load data

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I have the Lyman 1970 43 rd or 45th edition and the closest to 165gr is 168gr both in 38 and 357 loads.list 7 different powders.

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