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.25-06
Topic Started: Thu Oct 29, 2015 7:15 pm (901 Views)
jlh2

Does anyone have any reloading data for the .25-06 using a 117gr. Hornady SST bullet, Reloader 22 powder, and probably a CCI 200 primer ? My neighbor wants me to do these for him and supposedly has the dies but none of the rest of the tools to get it done. None of my manuals have the .25-06 in them and I can't see buying a reloading manual just for that. Thanks.
Edited by jlh2, Thu Oct 29, 2015 7:53 pm.
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twinkletoes

Since my last massive hoard of '08, when I primarily bought Western Powders, because that was what was available in the quanitys that I wan'ted, I have been using AA 4350 in my .25-06, when using the 117 gr. Hornaday bullets. In my particular rifle, a Rem. mdl 700 BDL, I found, after experimenting with different loads, with a OAL of 3.145, that, with a load of 48,5 gr. of AA4350(2910fps), was my best , most accurte load. However, as ya know, every gun is different!
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jlh2

Nobody out there has a manual with the .25-06 info in it ?
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twinkletoes

Any number of reloading manuals have data for the .25-06. Alltho, the only new manual I have obtained, is "Western Powders Reloading & load data guide", which has data for that round.
"Lyman, 48th edition Hand loaders manual" has the data.
I have well over 20 manuals, dateing back to 1918. From 1935, all have data for (.25 Niedner) .25-06. However, except for my Western Powders manual, I haven't bought a manual since '68. I never obtain a rifle, that I do not have reloading data for!
Twink
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You might check with Midway USA, they pretty much have everything about guns and reloading.


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azslim

try here: http://www.alliantpowder.com/reloaders/RecipeList.aspx?gtypeid=2
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