Originally Posted by FMJBT
For both of these loads, I worked up until I began to see flattened primers, then backed off 1/10 grain for the final load.
If you develop loads at 60 degrees, they are going to be a lot hotter when it's 90 degrees.
Make sure to re-work your loads this summer as your winter loads will not be the safe when it's 30 degrees warmer...
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