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Old February 17, 2001, 07:51 PM   #8
Quantrill
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Join Date: February 28, 1999
Location: Arizona, USA
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Cast Bullets

I pulled out my RCBS "Cast Bullet Manual Number 1". Mine is a hardback small book but has 30-06 loads with 4895,3031 and 4064. It is dated 1986. My oldest Lyman "Cast Bullet Handbook" is a spiral bound small book that is dated 1973. It has all faster burning powders with Herco and 2400 being the slowest. The old NRA "Cast Bullets" book had several loads with the slower powder in one of the articles. The NRA just listed the bullet weights by group and gave approximate grainage rather than exact combinations. Quantrill
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