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just looked those up $700 ouch. looks nice but for $700 I want a auto feed
It can be, but it doesn't have to be. Depends how fast you want to push that lead. They can be loaded quite mild. I like the moderate loads better. Unless you're hunting elephants they're all you need anyway.I've fired a 45/70 one time. It was a Marlin lever action a guy was shooting at the club and he offered to let me shoot a few. I had always heard the recoil is stout .....but I was thinking like 308 bolt action kind it stout. Jeeezus I was shocked. Imo its almost comparable to 12 gauge slugs. Hell of a thumper.
I just happen to be looking for a 1050 , an rcbs single stage, a scale, a chair, desk, bins, milk crates
Just a data point from my stuff:But....I will be working up a 357 magnum load now with the 2400 powder for the outdoor range use at 100 yards.
@p.. Interesting, I found the same thing, but at 14.5. My 357 mag and Henry BB handle it no problem. I am just learning about the art of too much pressure. I am starting to believe the primers are not a good indicator of too much pressure. PeteJust a data point from my stuff:
Zero 158 grain JSP seated to 1.570-1.580"
CCI 500 primers
I can load up to 14.2 grains of 2400 before I start getting cratering around the firing pin strike.
I have a note in my log from a 14.5 grain load of primer cratering but no hard extraction, and to dial it back a bit.
14.2 grains of 2400 out of my 6" S&W:
average: 1111 fps
SD: 11 fps
high: 1127 fps
low: 1097 fps
ES: 30 fps
There certainly can be a lot of variation depending on the hardness of the primer itself. Pretty sure that a 158 grain projectile over 14.5 grains of 2400 is going to be OK pressure wise, assuming the COAL is normal.
Lyman 50 lists h110 under a 158 grain jacketed at 16 to 17 grains. 15 is well below max. I run them at 16.3 as a go to load with 158 jacketed.Fairly new to reloading. But 357 158grn. H110. To 14.2. On my lee loadmaster. Feeder varies a bit. Up to 15 some times. But I’ve tested them and it’s ok in my sp101 2.25 and Henry all weather. Just bought a mini 14 so 223 and 556 in the future.
Fun fact: 16.3 grains of H110 is the same powder bar setting as 14.2 grains of 2400.Lyman 50 lists h110 under a 158 grain jacketed at 16 to 17 grains. 15 is well below max. I run them at 16.3 as a go to load with 158 jacketed.
Looks like you got ahead of yourself.
I'll end up using it, all the no-good stuff is in the garage with the lids off.Looks like you got ahead of yourself.
you could have dropped all those paint cans in the right side cab while the top was off.
Unused paint only takes up space you will toss it in 5-10-15 years.