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JR19703
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I have some 75 and 80gr A-max bullets and some Imr 4350.
Was thinking of 37-38gr range? Anyone out there have any impute. Not noob so I know about difference in case cap. etc. Shooting REM brass which is tighter than WRA brass. Thanks
357Mag
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JR -

For those bullet weights in a 1-8 barrel longish .224" barrel;
might I suggest some powders that are even slower than 4350 ?
Such as: RL-19, AA3100 or similar.

You can more-closely approach max load densities w/ such powders in this size case; and you might find best groups there ( velocity considerations aside ).

With regards,
357Mag
Preacher
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I shoot a mild load of 37.5 grains of H-4350 with 75 grain A-maxs in a 8 twist Pac-Nor barreled 22/250 AI with Federal brass so you should be good with IMR-4350 and those weights....
chino69
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I have a .22-250 A.I. Kreiger 1 in 8" that shoots 80grn. Hornady A-Maxes combined with RL 22 into little holes. It works great on PA groundhogs as well.

Lou Baccino
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