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Old June 15, 2005, 05:45 PM   #6
Leftoverdj
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Hodgdon and WW take different approaches to reloading data. Hodgdon gives a range of weights for H 110. WW gives a single charge for a given bullet with 296 and tells you to stick to it. Every time I have checked, the 296 load has been within the range of loads for H 110. I'm not interested in ragged edge maximums so I go with the 296 data whichever powder I am using. Still check to see that charge is within the H 110 range, though.
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