I'm new to reloading and my buddy has been helping me out with it, but I have a question.
First off, I am loading Nosler 240 grain JHP with 23 grains of H110 for BOTH .44 handgun & rifle. Nosler data indicates to use large pistol primers for handgun. Nosler (at least I couldn't find it) didn't have rifle data. Hodgdon powder recommended the same primer in their rifle loading data.
Speer (and Sierra, I believe) recommended large pistol magnum primers for their 240g jhp's.
Nosler/Speer/Sierra/Hogdon all recommend loads of about 20.8-24 grains of H110 for handgun/rifle.
Here's my question: Am I going to kill myself if I go ahead and use magnum primers with Nosler 240g jhp and 23 grains of H110? I actually want to load 10-12 or each (magnum and non-magnum) and chrono them. I'm assuming I'd get better performance from the magnum primers.
Thanks for reading my long winded post!