I have been reloading for the 223/5.56 for a couple of months now, there is plenty of 223 data but not as much 5.56 data. The only place where I have seen...
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May 01, 2009 · TIKKA T3 .223 reloading hi all I am reloading some remmy cases and just wondering if anyone knows the best oal or col to seat these in at and also powder weight suitable for a 1 in 8twist T3 lite, ive done some in the past but only to the same length as the factory stuff, which shoot ok out to 150 yds.Relatively new to this and just looking for ...
Feb 07, 2020 · For cheap/plinking, go for it. I got 2 jugs of WC-846 about 15 years ago for .223. In theory, its BLC2. But like said above, variances between lots mean be careful working up loads.
What you posted for the .223 with 50gr bullet is impossible, and dangerous. 26.5gr is listed max with Benchmark, with Hogdgon's web site. Right on Smokeless, this is exactly why you never try somebody else loads. Do your on load development and use the manuals for your data. There are no short cuts.
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They typically weighed between 90.5 grains and 92.5 grains and on average held around 30.6 grains of water, measured level with the case mouth. In checking commercial .223 Remington cases from Federal, Hornady, NoslerCustom, Remington and Winchester, weights varied from 89.5 to just under 95 grains.