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RELOADING THE .256 win mag

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Old 09-09-2011, 01:24 AM   #1
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Default RELOADING THE .256 win mag

I have been setting up my reloading benches here an a new residence and finally came across my dies for forming .256 Winchester Magnum. But, before I push headlong into this aspect of reloading I thought I would look for some Video on the WWW that shows the latest forming techniques for this ancient cartridge. Well, not much success so far... but I had hoped that I could find some folks here that are making these little buggers. Anyone know where I might locate a Video or some text on the latest methods for making these these little buggers?

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Old 09-20-2011, 12:11 PM   #2
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the reloading book by Lee has some load data for this cartridge if that helps. WikiPedia has a small amount of information on it. apparently it is a 357 mag necked down to 25 caliber. it seemed to never really caught on commercially for some reason.
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