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    Data from loading manuals required

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    I've got a 7x64 that I'm wanting any load data that you might have in manuals.
    There's not alot of data available on the net.
    I've had some passed on by @7x64 which is great but really want some factory spec's for any brand projectiles as well.


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    .280AI would have to be close..

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    That has been suggested before but there seems to be quite alot of factory ammo (Hornady 162 and S@B 139 in NZ) around the world so surely there must be load data specific to the cal in manuals?

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    Nick Harvey's Reloading Manual brackets it with .280 Remington, 7mm Express, 7mm-06 and 7x64.
    The 280 AI is a bit bigger and hotter.
    I did some work with one a few years ago and it liked RL 19 ... if you can get it.

    PM me your email and I can scan the books pages it and get it to you.
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    @Fireflite

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    Quote Originally Posted by akaroa1 View Post
    Nick Harvey's Reloading Manual brackets it with .280 Remington, 7mm Express, 7mm-06 and 7x64.
    The 280 AI is a bit bigger and hotter.
    I did some work with one a few years ago and it liked RL 19 ... if you can get it.

    PM me your email and I can scan the books pages it and get it to you.
    Cheers @akaroa1 PM sent

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    Thanks @Thirdguy fantastic info!!

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    Hey @P38 thanks for the info buuuut do those great books have data for 7x64 LOL!
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    Hahahaha

    Dunno

    I only looked up 6x47.

    It's been a rough day

    I'll check.

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