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#5820724 - 07/06/15 10:37 PM CCI 450 primers and H335
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How much if at all will CCI 450 primers effect a 223 load with 55gr FMJBT using H335 powder versus Winchester standard primers. Do I need to adjust powder charge?
This is for a 16"bbl AR for plinking.
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#5820731 - 07/06/15 10:44 PM Re: CCI 450 primers and H335 [Re: pegasaurus]
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.2 or .3 tenths less powder sounds about right, if anywhere close to max loads drop back more than that and workup again
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#5820997 - 07/07/15 08:34 AM Re: CCI 450 primers and H335 [Re: pegasaurus]
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Thanks. That is what I was thinking as well. I think max for the H335 is 25.3. Will probably drop .6 and see how that does.
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