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#5488263 - 12/19/14 06:29 PM How about a good load for a 30 caliber carbine
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Registered: 02/06/10
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Seems like someone suggested a good reload for a 30 cal. I finally found a guy that reloads and would consider doing some for my Marlin. Thanks
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#5488440 - 12/19/14 08:27 PM Re: How about a good load for a 30 caliber carbine [Re: Chief Joe]
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Loc: Colleyville, DFW, TX
Here are 16 different loads, 6+ powders, 3 manufactures, and 3 bullet weights from very a reliable source. Good Luck. cheers

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#5489184 - 12/20/14 10:54 AM Re: How about a good load for a 30 caliber carbine [Re: Chief Joe]
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Registered: 11/30/07
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Loc: McKinney, TX.
Have loaded thousands of 110Gr FMJ and Speer 110Gr HP over 14.4 Grains W296. A few associates swear by AA#9 ( you can download their PDF catalog). I mention this since its another powder choice if you cant find any of the powders on Hodgdon's site.

I am getting ready to try some 90Gr XTPs. I know, they are .309 handgun bullets, but the thin jacket should swage just fine and reportedly the jacket holds together at carbine velocities. I may try them in my Ruger Bisley too if they won't feed well in the rifle and the forcing cone will not have any problem swaging them down.
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#5490396 - 12/21/14 07:15 AM Re: How about a good load for a 30 caliber carbine [Re: Chief Joe]
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110gr bullet with 14gr of H110

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