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Old 08-24-2013, 9:15 PM
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Loaded a test pack of 168gr SMK with IMR 4350 last night. Remington 760 seemed to like the 53gr of power the most with 3 touching holes at 100 yards.

Loaded a similar test pack of 180gr GK and IMR 4350 tonight. We'll see how they fair and which work the best tomorrow.

More test bullets on the way.

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Old 08-24-2013, 9:17 PM
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2500 223 24gr win748. 500 30-06 150gr
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2k 124 gr Zero FMJ, 4.5 Zip, 1.149

500 115gr XTP HP, 4.3 Bullseye, 1.075
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Decamped, sized and tumbled 1,000+ .357 Sig.

Then took on the task of removing a stuck .223 from my small base die. My wife reminded me that I had left it in the freezer for about three weeks...
Interesting. Did that work?
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300 rounds of 9mm
4.2 grain HP-38
1.125 col
124 grain Berry's RN

On my Lee classic cast single stage

Now I am out of primers and bullets

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100 rounds of 9mm

All rounds mixed brass
124 Hornady XTP FMJ
50 of 4.2 gr. Titegroup
50 of 5.4 Unique
C.O.A.L. 1.15

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198 rounds of 9mm

115 LRN
4.0 of Universal

Trying to finish off a pound of powder
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I started about 2pm on a Sunday afternoon. 50 1X fired 338 Lapua Brass, Measured Shoulder then lubed (Dillon) Full Sized and trimmed (I only use Redding Dies). Cycled them through my TRG 42 338 Lapua Magnum. A few sticking. Measured shoulder again to see if I need to bump it back. Sure enough needed a .02 Bump, cycled again they went through the action like silk. Neck sized and deprimed then cycled one more time More Silk. Cleaned flash hole and cleaned the neck. Measured Brass 2.714 case length. Time for the Tumbler for about an hour. At this point I measure projectiles with a caliper and 2 comporators. One from OGIVE (top) and another from the bottom, this gives me the best measurement. I sort the matching projectiles accordingly. Took my brass out from the tumbler, put on my latex Gloves on, and assembled the brass on a tray and proceeded to prime ( making sure I don't touch the primer, Brass or projectiles with my bare hands). All the finished brass is loaded onto a tray and is ready for loading powder. I use a RCBS charge Master 1500 and fill it with the powder that I have worked up. Turn on the 1500 and start to calibrate, install the McDonalds straw inside the trickler so it gives me a very accurate powder charge. Dispense powder, when finished I dump powder back into powder tube and dispense again, making sure I get the exact powder charge. I back up the 1500 with my trusty Tanita scale. I load my brass with powder and and move on to my press. One by one I seat the projectiles with a Redding Competition Micrometer die and measure everyone with a caliper attached with a Sinclair Bump tube and a 338 Ogive comporator. Once I am satisfied with my measurements from Ogive to bottom of case, I put them in a container and mark then accordingly. OFF TO MOJAVE.

SAKO TRG 42 338 LAPUA MAGNUM
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Case:Lapua brass Trimmed to 2.714
Projectile SMK 338 cal 300gr HPBT using (.562 projectiles sorted) measured from Ogive to bottom of projectile with 2 comporators attached to the caliper.
Powder: 91.5gr H1000
Primer: Federal 215
CASE OAL: 3.755 Right at the Lands
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1/4 moa at 400 Yards and Holding Nicely at 1000 to 1500 Yards

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Old 08-26-2013, 4:49 AM
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300 45LC hand measured and weighed each charge. Tedious as hell but at least I know exactly what's in them and that there are NO squibs or doubles....and that makes it worth it for this newbie.
I used to weight each cartridge, but since I worked up my loads in 9mm and .223, I visually inspect each one as the cases are pretty full (as the powder-check came REAL quiet out of the box when it arrived) in the empty stage (stage #3, normally powder check) with a usb powered snake-light that illuminates station 3 from the top of the press. Luckily, the only squib I have had so far was from a double-hand-me-down load from the '80s, that were handed down to him.
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Made about 200, 225 gr .452 bullets and an equal number of 180 gr .401 bullets. Gotta get the ammo can filled for winter.
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Interesting. Did that work?
It wasn't perfect but it did help... Made removing it easier, took less than 2 min instead of 10.
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Old 08-26-2013, 8:22 AM
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300 M118LR clones !!
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Old 08-29-2013, 7:35 AM
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100 rounds 9mm mixed brass
5.5 grains of Accurate #5
124g Xtreme plated RN
CCI 500 Primers
Lee 1000 running smooth
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Old 08-29-2013, 9:05 AM
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55gr FMJBT
22.8gr Varget
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Old 09-02-2013, 4:13 PM
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450 - .45 acp
N320
200grn Bear Creek
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Speer Nickel Brass
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.223 with Varget and 55 gr, FMJ
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150 rds 7.62x39
Hornady 123grn FMJ
RL-7 powder @ 26.5 grn
case Win
primer cci 200
Coal 2.190"
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100 rds of 9mm...stocking stocking stocking!
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2300 rounds 9mm
Hornady 124gr RN FMJ
4.2 Bullseye
Tula primers
1.16oal

Kind of silly how much I'm amassing but I enjoy reloading as much as shooting and it beats drinking, drugs, gambling or beating the wife...well most of the time.
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58 rounds of .270win
New Win brass
Barnes 130gr TSX
Federal Match Primers
IMR4350 @52.5gr
C.O.L. 3.31"

Shooting out of a Savage 200. Sad part is our chronographs both broke and I won't know the speed . Still developing my load, but this is about as good as I'm going to get with this setup and loose nut behind the trigger!
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20 rounds of 40-65 smokeless powder reloads.
315 gr. cast wheel weight lead + some soft lead roofing flashing, Old West Bullet Mould, Hornady gas check, lubrisized to .412"; seated over 21 gr. SR 4759 powder; using neck annealed, re-sized 2.10" 45-70 WW cases and a .410" neck expander button, Fed 210 primers.
I seated these to the second groove of bullet, just short of engaging the rifling for easy chambering and hopefully, good groups!
For the Marlin 1895 (circa 1898) lever action.
Chronographed velocity about 1475 fps with this load in this particular rifle.
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I started about 2pm on a Sunday afternoon. 50 1X fired 338 Lapua Brass, Measured Shoulder then lubed (Dillon) Full Sized and trimmed (I only use Redding Dies). Cycled them through my TRG 42 338 Lapua Magnum. A few sticking. Measured shoulder again to see if I need to bump it back. Sure enough needed a .02 Bump, cycled again they went through the action like silk. Neck sized and deprimed then cycled one more time More Silk. Cleaned flash hole and cleaned the neck. Measured Brass 2.714 case length. Time for the Tumbler for about an hour. At this point I measure projectiles with a caliper and 2 comporators. One from OGIVE (top) and another from the bottom, this gives me the best measurement. I sort the matching projectiles accordingly. Took my brass out from the tumbler, put on my latex Gloves on, and assembled the brass on a tray and proceeded to prime ( making sure I don't touch the primer, Brass or projectiles with my bare hands). All the finished brass is loaded onto a tray and is ready for loading powder. I use a RCBS charge Master 1500 and fill it with the powder that I have worked up. Turn on the 1500 and start to calibrate, install the McDonalds straw inside the trickler so it gives me a very accurate powder charge. Dispense powder, when finished I dump powder back into powder tube and dispense again, making sure I get the exact powder charge. I back up the 1500 with my trusty Tanita scale. I load my brass with powder and and move on to my press. One by one I seat the projectiles with a Redding Competition Micrometer die and measure everyone with a caliper attached with a Sinclair Bump tube and a 338 Ogive comporator. Once I am satisfied with my measurements from Ogive to bottom of case, I put them in a container and mark then accordingly. OFF TO MOJAVE.

SAKO TRG 42 338 LAPUA MAGNUM
Trigger: Breaks like Glass (3lbs)
Barrel: 27" Chromoly Parkersized in a 10 RH Twist with Sako Factory brake.
Scope: NightForce 5.5X22X56mm NPR2 with a Sako 3 ring Low 30moa Base
Sako Factory BiPod and Cheek Piece
Case:Lapua brass Trimmed to 2.714
Projectile SMK 338 cal 300gr HPBT using (.562 projectiles sorted) measured from Ogive to bottom of projectile with 2 comporators attached to the caliper.
Powder: 91.5gr H1000
Primer: Federal 215
CASE OAL: 3.755 Right at the Lands
2707FPS Almost every shot
1/4 moa at 400 Yards and Holding Nicely at 1000 to 1500 Yards

As a guy just getting into 338LM reloading, all I have to say is thank you so much for the step by step of what you are doing to get a good result!
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500 45ACP
230 gr. Extreme bullets plated round nose
3.9 gr. Hi-Skor powder
CCI primers

Odd powder from the San Francisco gun exchange, took me a while to find data. When I did I loaded up 100 took it to the range and tried it out. Came back dropped the load 1 grain and it was perfect. I have 5 lbs of it.
800 more ^ and 200 223 using RG military powder. I will be doing 357 and 44 magnum next.
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As a guy just getting into 338LM reloading, all I have to say is thank you so much for the step by step of what you are doing to get a good result!
My Pleasure PM me if you need any help with this caliber. What kind of rifle do you shoot.
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some test loads for my m1 carbine...
aguila brass
14, 14.4, 14.8 gr h110
cci sr primers
110gr fmjrn

see how these go.
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some test loads for my m1 carbine...
aguila brass
14, 14.4, 14.8 gr h110
cci sr primers
110gr fmjrn

see how these go.
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400 45ACP Xtreme 200gr FP
5.6gr hp38 wlpp @ 1.2"
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375 .40 S&W on my Dillon 550b

155gr FMJ FP Montana Golden Bullet
6.9gr Accurate #5
Federal #100 SPP
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Cleaning .40 and .45 brass for loading.
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500 .40 short and whimpy.
180 FP Berry's plated
7.9 AA#7
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180 FP Berry's plated
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Just cast up some .356 for my 9mm.

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Started priming several hundred .45 ACP brass that was laying in my closet. I finally broke down and bought a swaging die to take out the mil-crimp. Yesss.
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Just finished a batch of 25 .243 80gr TTSX testers, from these I'll see which groups the best and that'll be my Wyoming deer/antelope load.
Also loaded up 100 rounds of 300 win mag. Light loads just to fireform the new to me once fired brass to my rifles chamber. Kind of a shame too, somebody spent some time truing up the necks and such.
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Bunch of 40.
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100 rnds of .223 using 22grns of TAC and 75grn AMAX bullets for my Savage Model 11
Then I prepped about 250 pieces of nice clean Winchester/Privi 7.62x54r brass that I got from another Calgunner: rezize, deprime, tumble, trim, chamfer/deburr...
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Nothing loaded today, but in the near future......
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50 9x19

115gr Xtreme Copper Plated
mixed brass
CCI 500s
5.0gr VihtaVuori N340
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