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Hornady Series IV Specialty Die Set 219 Zipper .224'' 546208
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Hornady Shellholder #2 219 Zipper/ 30-30 Winchester/ 32 Winchester Pc390542
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th*buckhunter said: Hi. Where could I find bullet BC's on the net? I'm starting to reload and would like to make up some LR bullets in .223. Thanks, -Jason
bl*ndside said: Hi. Where could I find bullet BC's on the net? I'm starting to reload and would like to make up some LR bullets in .223. Thanks, -Jason Send me your email address and I'll see if I can figure how to send you the bullet part of the POINT BLANK program. It has a lot of the Bc's on it email@example.com
t*dbartell said: www.nosler.com www.sierrabullets.com www.hornady.com use google
th*buckhunter said: Thank you very much! :cool: -Jason
pr*sper said: The manufacturer's load manual should list it.
g*ntech said: Hi. Where could I find bullet BC's on the net? I'm starting to reload and would like to make up some LR bullets in .223. Thanks, -Jason Terminology is important.... If you are just starting to reload you are not "making up bullets in .223", you will be loading manufactured bullets. Depending on the twist of your rifle, you will probably not be able to load all of the .223 bullets made. All the bullet specs and loading info are in each of the bullet makers loading manuals. You will eventually should be buying a few loading manuals. Don't rely on someone telling you what a load should be over the internet.... .....good luck
pr*sper said: I would recommend that you have a handful of real, printed manuals. At minumum, I'd suggest you get: -The bullet manufacturer's manual (one for each manufacturer of the bullets you're planning on loading.) -The powder manufacturer's manual (ditto) -Third party manual (Lyman, Lee, etc)
th*buckhunter said: Thanks again guys. I'll be reloading for a 1 in 9 twist Savage 10fple in the hopes of getting out to 1000m by the end of summer. So far, by the research I've done, Sierra seems to have the most complete info out there for their products. Thanks again, -Jason
J*hnn Peterson said: Prosper's suggestion is as good as any.