But H4895 is one of the Extreme powders from Hodgdon's so it should be less temp sensitive. This is one of the first 3 shot, 100 yard groups fired; before the scope was adjusted. The burn rate is excellent for the Garand piston system. The primary accuracy powder charge for each load is noted below. I get around 15 loads before the necks start splitting. I have no regrets and still have plenty of powder. Hornady A-Max Any brand-Large Rifle Hodgdon - Varget 180 gr.
Winchester cases hold up well. My vision with open sights isn't what it used to be so I don't bother. Now if you are loading up high end loads, I'd be cautious will each and every detail on my component list. Edit: All were shot from a Model 70. I can only assume you would be a top ten to first place finisher in most matches you ever compete in. Velocity was down about 100fps and frankly, the very slightly-improved accuracy isn't worth the downrange energy loss in a hunting rifle.
I know you're primarily interested in using W748 and I do have one. Groups were 5-shots at 100 yards. It would never drop consistent numbers and even using all the fixes up to and including spray graphite I finally did something drastic. Nosler Jacketed Partition Any brand-Large Rifle Accurate - 2460 168 gr. All these powders are appropriate in the listed loads. I'm pretty happy with this three-shot 100-yard group.
Min Charge Max Charge Optimal Charge Bullet Make Bullet Type Primer Notes Accurate - 2230 130 gr. If you can post up a picture of about 480 pixels square, I can run the OnTarget software on it and we can get some hard numbers. I'm glad I ordered when I did, they are now out of stock. Several posters here I believer use 748 for at least some of their. I see no problems with 55 grain bullets at the 26. Hodgdon's old 2007 annual manual just reprinted the charges from the even older Win manuals. Matt, Oh, yeah, they're better than a sharp stick.
Sounds like it's going to load by volume, not weight. We work hard to provide an enjoyable place to spend your time. I can't find any other load data for W748. All loading data is for rifles know to be in good operating condition. Time consuming but, once done, I've got great bullets available as a result. To my suprise, I got my best and most consistant groups with 748, with Varget a close second. This first article covers a topic that I field a lot of questions about.
I have a digital and lee scale. All the powders listed work well, or very well. You can put more powder into either case by tapping on the side of the case. Good luck; let us know how things work out. The only place weight comes in, is a general reference. I use it in some of my 308 loads as well.
. I happen to have some 748 and will probably try some in my. Win 748, Remington or Federal Brass, Fed 210 Primer 175 gr. The 748 data I had stopped using that powder at 150 grain bullets, but seems like I've seen a lot since then that load on up heavier weight bullets and it seems to work fine there too. It might be a little too slow-burning for the. I load to original specifications only.
I'm a big fan of Varget too, but these days a guy cant be shy about trying different powders out. Did this, shoots fine, but the immediate reaction is where can I go with this. Second, 748 can be a very good powder in. I wouldn't want to have to tap cases and settle powder to load. Always been my understanding that ball powders were more temp sensitive and also a little dirtier. W748 meters like a dream, and seems relatively consistent lot-to-lot in my experience.