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Anyone have any expirience with this. right now i am using a 105gr swc sized to 356. Alloy is water quenched Wheel weight. Is posting load data permissible in open forum? if so i will post my load I am trying.
 

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Yes, AFAIK you may post your data.

Note:  Load date posted on public forums often include a warning something like the following.

WARNING!

The following loads have proven safe in my particular firearms.
Approach all maximum loads carefully, starting by reducing powder charges by 10%.
Inspect your fired brass for signs of over-pressure.
Use this information at your own risk.
 

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PshootR said:
Yes, AFAIK you may post your data.

Note:  Load date posted on public forums often include a warning something like the following.

WARNING!

The following loads have { Bert's comment added here - (hehe) [highlight]so far[/highlight]} proven safe in {and here}my particular firearms.
Approach all maximum loads carefully, starting by reducing powder charges by 10%.
Inspect your fired brass for signs of over-pressure.
Use this information at your own risk.
It's the .380 that worry's me the most. You are a lot closer to the end results....

Bert
 

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You have that backwards.. you don't shoot at cats, but rather with them .

Known to be useful as wheel-chocks & door-stops, they can also be pressed and used as projectiles

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Bert said:
You have that backwards.. you don't shoot at cats, but rather with them .

Known to be useful as wheel-chocks & door-stops, they can also be pressed and used as projectiles

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ok, maybe i'm a bit confuzed, but if you are going to shoot with cats, would not a trebuchet work better? Good luck loading it.
 

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supervirgil said:
Anyone have any expirience with this. right now i am using a 105gr swc sized to 356. Alloy is water quenched Wheel weight. Is posting load data permissible in open forum? if so i will post my load I am trying.
I would be curious how the 105 grain bullets feed and if you have any problems with OAL and seating depth? I will be shortly using 95 grain round nose cast lead bullets, but haven't tried them yet. I would anticipate no real problems with a 95 grain round nose cast lead bullet. A heavier (and hence longer) SWC could either have feeding or or bullet length/seating problems.

Let us know how it goes.
 
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