30 caliber Cast loads for SRB118

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tomon posted this 01 January 2014

Does anyone out there have any loads worked up?  30-30, 308, and/or 30-06, all for bolt guns.  

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tturner53 posted this 01 January 2014

SRB118?

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tomon posted this 01 January 2014

Yes, an Accurate Arms Data powder from the 90s sold by Wideners, if I remember right!  I have 30+ pounds of it!  I am going to load 223 jacketed, but I really want to use it in my 30 cal Cast bullet Benchrest.  It's in the AA2520 range.  I tried to download the printed data, but the site won't allow me to.

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mckg posted this 02 January 2014

tomon wrote: I tried to download the printed data, but the site won't allow me to. It works on my Frankenputer. Have you tried right-click and Save Link, or Left-Click to view it, then save it?

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tomon posted this 02 January 2014

I tried copy and paste, but I just joined here today, so maybe I have to get some time in prior to being allowed?  When I get up to the other laptop I'll try again!  

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tturner53 posted this 02 January 2014

If it's in the AA2520 range you may be sitting on a gold mine. That's IMR 4064/4895 country. AA2520 has been used to win some big matches. Maybe a call to Accurate might produce some more specific info.

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tomon posted this 02 January 2014

I did. That's who told me to use 2520 data!

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tomon posted this 02 January 2014

Try again!

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tomon posted this 02 January 2014

I'm trying to get page 39 of AA loads book copied here, but I haven't figured it out!   It shows for 30-30, AA2520 shows a 170gr LC bullet has a starting load of 25.7 and a max of 28.5.  I was thinking that  I would try 28 grains with a 162 gas checked bullet.  Comments?  

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mckg posted this 02 January 2014

OK, I thought you couldn't download from Accurate.

Use the starting load and see how it goes with your bullet/alloy.

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tomon posted this 05 January 2014

A friend uncovered one load on another site named almost like this site.  He used an RCBS 180 gr bullet over 28 Grains of SRB118.  Claimed very good accuracy.  It looks doable, so I'll try it!  Now I need some for lighter bullets!

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