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    Default Can someone take a look the Sierra manual for me, give me some #'s ?

    I'm realizing I pitched my Sierra manual a while back, took out the critical pages for my rifles, but,
    of course, now I can't find those pages for my .270wsm

    So, I'm wondering if anyone has that manual and can help me out some
    Not looking for your load info, just have two bullets, I need the Min to Max numbers for:

    these powders, IMR 4350, H4831sc, RL-15, and 17, and even IMR 7828ssc, (if they have it on there)

    for these two bullets:
    Sierra 110gr Spitzer #1810, and 130gr Spitzer #1820

    Thanks for the help,..I tried searching all over the internet, mostly can not find that 110 gr Spitzer
    and everybody wants to give you their dialed in load,...??

    by the way,..."Why do they do that anyway ?"
    Just cause it worked for their rifle, seems barely pertinent for anyone else, right,...
    I guess if you want to take shortcuts ??
    but why Reload, if you want to take shortcuts ?
    (as I am busted asking for a shortcut,..to buying my own manual again,...
    it's a time and shipping thing,..)
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    I don't have a Sierra manual either, sorry. While Hodgdon's online manual doesn't list those two exact bullets, they list some similar, which would get you pretty close. But someone else will no doubt come up with what you're looking for soon...
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    Quote Originally Posted by iofthetaiga View Post
    I don't have a Sierra manual either, sorry. While Hodgdon's online manual doesn't list those two exact bullets, they list some similar, which would get you pretty close. But someone else will no doubt come up with what you're looking for soon...
    Thanks, that's what I was thinking so far,...
    I did find a lot on the Hodgdons site, for 100gr Sierra's and
    then also wrote down info for Hornady's and Speers in 110 gr and 130 gr, which I imagine would be close enough,...

    Hodgdons really does have a good site, I wish others would do the same,...but then maybe they wouldn't sell any more manuals ?

    That Sierra manual was a good one,..but it comes in that Massive Notebook format,....after moving that thing around for a couple years
    it was too irresistible to just take out the pages for the calibers I have, or expect to have anytime soon
    toss the rest,...right ?

    Who would have thought I would lose some of those pages,...?? Oh well, that's what Forum's are for,...I hope,...Help !
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    Here ya go:
    1810
    IMR 4350: nothing noted, it shows XMR4350 61.3-64.5
    H4831hc: 64.1-68.3
    RL15: nothing noted
    RL17: nothing noted
    IMR 7626ssc: nothing noted
    *best accuracy load: XMR4350 64.5
    *best huntng load: RE19 68.2

    1820
    IMR 4350: 58.7-62.7
    H4831sc: 63.0-67.2
    RL15: nothing noted
    RL17: nothing noted
    IMR 7828ssc: nothing noted
    *accuracy load: IMR4350 60.7
    *hunting load: H4831SC 67.2

    Happy loading.

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    Thank you, Thank You, Sir

    Exactly what I needed

    I'm off to the loading bench this evening
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    Quote Originally Posted by kodiakrain View Post
    Thanks for the help,..I tried searching all over the internet, mostly can not find that 110 gr Spitzer
    and everybody wants to give you their dialed in load,...??
    Try here: http://www.reloadersnest.com/frontpa...?CaliberID=291 Reloaders Nest is a very nice place, I have it bookmarked

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    Thanks Calm Seas,

    Reloaders Nest was a "bookmarked" site for me in the past,
    had a computer go down tho, and lost that one

    trying to remember all the fav's off an old laptop can be near impossible

    Glad to have that one back
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    Another good one is handload.com: http://www.handloads.com/loaddata/default.asp

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