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Re: Relaoding dies 30/30

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11-30-2012 16:39:15

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Well #1 I am not a novice when it comes to reloading been doing it for decades. As for shooting any of the 30/30 I just did heck no I do not target practice during deer season. As for the powder I used I have used it for years and like how it shoots out of the guns I have used it in. So since the re-loaders manual say it is a good powder as in is listed in the chart I used it

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12-01-2012 03:24:09

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 Re: Relaoding dies 30/30 in reply to old, 11-30-2012 16:39:15  
You say you're no novice, yet you make novice mistakes. Trying to use a light load of a slow powder is a classic rookie mistake.

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12-01-2012 08:35:35

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 Re: Relaoding dies 30/30 in reply to MarkB_MI, 12-01-2012 03:24:09  
I was taught to reload but a target master who shoot day in day out and hit targets if 3/4 inch all day every day with lite pistol loads and he was super good at it. I use the specs right out of the Lyman 47th edition reloading handbook and starting loads are not lite loads but starting loads which I have found to produce some of the best loads to be able to hit the target and punch one hole not 5 holes in 5 shoots. Or in other words bug off I'll do it a the book says I can

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