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223 Remington, 40 gr
BulletPowder WeightPowderVelocityOALPrimerSource
BTHP 27.8 grAA2460 3,700 fps????" Fed SRM guest
40 gr Hornady V-Max. Seated .003 off lands. No pressure problems, good velocity, cases are going into the 10th reloading. Neck sizing only with Wilson dies - minimum neck tension bushing and very little brass working. In Remington Model 7 walking varmint.

Nos BT 25.5 grH322 3,574 fps2.280" WSR Hodgdon
Suggested starting load: 23.0 gr

Pressure: 48,000 CUP

Nos BT 28.0 grH335 3,572 fps2.280" WSR Hodgdon
Suggested starting load: 25.2 gr

Pressure: 44,600 CUP

SP 28.0 grH335 3,750 fps Fed SPM guest
I like using the Hornady 40 gr. VMAX

Nos BT 22.5 grH4198 3,601 fps2.280" WSR Hodgdon
Suggested starting load: 20.3 gr

Pressure: 49,600 CUP

Nos BT 27.5 grH4895 3,573 fps2.280" WSR Hodgdon
Suggested starting load: 24.8 gr

Pressure: 44,500 CUP

JSP 23.0 grIMR 4198 3,450 fps2.285" Win SR guest
40gn V-Max, military LC-97 cases (same weight as Win cases) 22" BBL .6" and better 5 shot groups @ 100yds

SP 28.0 grRamShot X-Terminator 3,880 fps2.245" CCI SRM guest
Hornady V-Max Bullets do not blow-up prarie dogs as messily as Sierra Blitz Kings. This is an extremely accurate load in my Ruger Model 77 Mark II Sporter 22" bbl. This is a pressure safe, but MAXIMUM load in a Ruger Mauser action. Be smart: start 10% lighter in powder charge. Cliff

Nos BT 28.0 grVarget 3,674 fps2.280" WSR Hodgdon
Suggested starting load: 25.2 gr

Pressure: 47,200 CUP

FMJ-BT 26.2 grVV N-133 3,750 fps Win SR guest
Using 40gr V-Max loaded to .01 off lands. 5 shot groups under 1/4MOA out of bone stock Rem 700.

JHP 28.0 grW 748 Unknown2.165" LRM guest
Primers are Rem 71/2BR. Rifle is Ruger #1V. Very accurate load.

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