• Aug 03, 2012 · Recipe for the SS109 62 grain bullet - AR15.Com Mobile I used the start loads for the Speer 62 gr FMJBT (lead core), and worked up. In my rifle these loads are safe, and are 1/2 gr below the first signs of pressure. All these loads use LC brass trimmed to 1.750, neck deburred inside and out.
  • Hodgdon BL-C(2) is a spherical powder that... BL-C(2) works extremely well in the 204 Ruger, 223 Remington, 17 Remington, 22 PPC and of course, the 308 Winchester, plus many more. Warning About Smokeless Powder: Do not exceed the loads displayed in the reloaders guide.
  • The Horn 68 gr not so much, could be the powder charge was not enough to get them tighter. Logged it as a note in my logbook "Load Hornady 68gr .5 gr hotter". Finished 100 tonight on the press with the SS109 62 gr bullets @ BLC-2 23.5 gr) Start off slow and lower mid-range of recommended by balancing info from Lyman, Hornady and Hodgdon.
  • Hornady 129-grain SP over 44.5 grains H4350 in Lapua brass seated to 3.030" OAL. Average velocity 2877 feet/second, group size at 100 yards 0.825 inches. Data obtained in Ruger. Hornady 140-grain SP over 40.5 grains IMR4350 in Lapua brass seated to 2.920" OAL. Average velocity 2655 feet/second, group size at 100 yards 0.566 inches.
  • Tactical Rifle D073-08 has been a secret of OEM loaders for some time. It is the cleanest .223 and .308 spherical propellant on the market, and a superior alternative to H335 and BLC(2). Optimized for 55 grain .223 Remington, and 147/150 grain .308 Winchester, it also provides sub-minute accuracy with numerous match loads.
  • Blc/2 is the most temperature sensitive powder I have ever worked with. I would get great groups (.25)at 50 degrees, then with the same load, groups would open up to 2” at 80 degrees. This was in a .222 Rem. 40 grain bullet. The starting load in the Sierra manual. It got worse as I increased the charge. So I had a slow, winter only load.
BLC-2 max. load of 66.0 grs. has velosity 2503,2513,2486,2507,2476 I like this powder with 270 gr. & 286 gr. bullets, Varget was a little more accurate. H-4350 67.0 grs. with 286 gr. bullet average velosity was 2345 BLC-2 62.5 grs. same velosity 2345 fps. I have cz 550 fs, didn't expect great accuracy, I noticed my groups were shooting in 2 ...
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[Ammo] IMI Ammunition 5.56x45mm NATO 62 Grain $699 for 1200 rounds. Ammo. Close. 0. Posted by 5 days ago [Ammo] IMI Ammunition 5.56x45mm NATO 62 Grain $699 for 1200 ... Bullets weight in Gr: STDDEV: 0.725 AVG: 150.413 MAX: 151.85 MIN: 149.35. I also noted that virtually all of the bullets seemed damaged by the factory crimping process. These flat base bullets do not have a cannelure and are crimped so hard that the jackets on the bullets are distorted. This seems to be the worst ammo available.
I like high load density and BL-C 2 just doesn't give it in the .22-250 case. Second-I will not give a powder charge here for Varget as your rifle will be unique to all others anyway.For each given bullet weight,I would start 2 grains lighter than the Hodgdon data and work my way up to max.Even the...
February 2017 edited February 2017 in Perry Shooter Competition Shooting and Reloading Forum I need a good load to start with on my AR10. I will be shooting a .308Win. with Nosler Custom Competition 155gr HPBT, BLC-2 powder and Sellier and Bellot primers. February 2017 edited February 2017 in Perry Shooter Competition Shooting and Reloading Forum I need a good load to start with on my AR10. I will be shooting a .308Win. with Nosler Custom Competition 155gr HPBT, BLC-2 powder and Sellier and Bellot primers.
Hodgdon data for BLC-2 lists a starting load of 55gr. and a max load of 60gr. I decided that a starting load of 59 grains of CFE 223 should be safe. When using ball powder in medium capacity cases I usually use CCI 250 Large Rifle Magnum primers, they are formulated to give enough heat for igniting ball powder. Sep 03, 2012 · The 308 and the 7.62 are loaded to nearly identical pressures. It is a myth. The 7.62 Nato round runs at the same pressure as the 308 Win. The pressure in the .308 and the 7.62 virtually identical. The 308 runs at 62Kpsi the 7.62 Nato runs at 50K CUP not psi which equates to about 62K psi. The 7.62 was never testing in psi it was tested in CUP and s

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