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Looking for: VIT N120 powder #6662049 02/05/17 02:05 AM
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Need some to load up a few Barnes 300 grain TSX-FN for my Marlin SBL 45-70. If anyone has some to spare or other load suggestions let me know.

Re: Looking for: VIT N120 powder [Re: TxYoteHunter] #6662069 02/05/17 02:19 AM
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I usually use H4198 in the 45-70 with 300 and 350gr bullets when loading for my Marlin


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Re: Looking for: VIT N120 powder [Re: kmon11] #6662098 02/05/17 02:36 AM
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I see the 4198 used in the Barnes manual for the Original FNSP. The TSX-FN is a little longer and has cannalures. I could probably try the 4198 and just start a little lower and work my way up. I have a chrono to check velocity as I go. Thank you sir.

Re: Looking for: VIT N120 powder [Re: TxYoteHunter] #6662106 02/05/17 02:45 AM
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For the 350s I have also worked up good loads with Varget and loaded it for several years with good success. Switched to 4198 a few years ago but both work very well

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