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Schuetzen Loads
Apr 3rd, 2006 at 7:22pm
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OK Fellows I`ll make it easy! I will pin this at the top of the reloading page! And everyone can put there loads, Just like we are doing with the lube!
Now remember to tell us all about your loads!!!!
  

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Re: Schuetzen Loads
Reply #1 - Apr 4th, 2006 at 5:03pm
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32 miller short in a miller action with a Ron Smith gain twist (ends in 11 1/2")
13gr. H-108
357 max cases cut lenght
WSR primer
cork wad down on powder
215 gr bullet 3 groove SP Bullet Mould Made by Borton & Darr
cast 1 tin to 24 parts lead
Vel. Is 1525 fps
Now H-108 is no longer on the market, But there is a suplus powder on the market, WW820 which is h-108. Mr Darr and I have test 820  and it gives the same numbers as H-108 with the same loads
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Reply #2 - Apr 4th, 2006 at 7:28pm
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32 Miller long (.357 Maximum reduced to 1.470" & tapered with .223 die)

11.5 gain twist .321 RKS barrel on a Miller action

13.0 grains H108 or AA#9

230.9 grain Paul Jones 32-40 Spitzer (20:1 lead:tin) sized to ,323

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Re: Schuetzen Loads
Reply #3 - Apr 5th, 2006 at 9:49am
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32-40, 1:15 twist 28" #4 weight Douglas Barrel
Federal 210 M Primer
13.4 Grains of AA #9
Cork wad set .200" off the powder
Hoch .322-200 Bullet  (Hoch version of the Barnett .32 B2)
Cast 32 parts Lead : 1 part Tin
1460 FPS
  
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Re: Schuetzen Loads
Reply #4 - Apr 5th, 2006 at 1:38pm
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As a general starting point for any .32-40, I use about 13.2 to 13.6 gr of 4759 behind whichever bullet (165-205 gr) I am trying, use Win. standard lg rifle primers and my own proprietary Frog Guano all natural lube.  I also start fixed ammo with the same combination...staying at the light end of the powder charges initially.

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PS  For brass, after the John Wayne nickled stuff got scarce and Graf et al started selling new Winchester stuff unprimed, I stopped looking for anything else.  Cheesy
  
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Reply #5 - Apr 5th, 2006 at 2:47pm
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Caliber 28-30 Stevens, my rifle is a Winchester with a 30" tapered Stevens barrel, bore diameter is .284. I've had good luck with 10 grains of H4227, a Federal 150 primer in a Dave Casey RMC case. I'm using a Barry Darr 135 grain bullet, 5% tin alloy, without a wad. I find the accuracy to be close to 32-40 with almost no recoil.

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Reply #6 - Apr 8th, 2006 at 6:58pm
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32/40  I use 14grs-4227 Barnett BO 207grs 30/1 Emmert lube.

32 Miller  I use 10.5grs AA#9, floral foam wad,  Hoch nose pour 200grs 30/1 Emmert lube.

38/55 18grs -4227 Barnet 310 grs 30/1 Emmert Lube.
  

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Reply #7 - Apr 10th, 2006 at 9:02pm
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Douglas 32-40 heavy barrel 1:16 twist
208 gr Darr spitzer, Fed 150 primers
14.5 H4227, no wad, Javalina Lube
on a Hoch action
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Reply #8 - May 8th, 2006 at 8:27am
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38/55 Schuetzen offhand load. Never cronographed never shot from a rest. Shoots to call in a CPA with Douglas 18 inch twist barrel.

330 Gr tapered Hoch cast 1/25, SPG Lube, Breech seated 1/16 inch in front of case.

Single WW 38/55 case never sized, Rem 2 1/2 small pistol primer

Case loaded at the range, Harrels Measure for smokeless Belding & Mull for Black

Smokeless powder 16.5 gr 4227 no wads

Black powder case tapped full of Goex 2 F covered with a Walters .370x.030 card wad hand seated
Black load wiped between shots one wet one dry.  Wet is 1/1 anti- freeze/water with a touch of Blastol lube

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Re: Schuetzen Loads
Reply #9 - May 14th, 2006 at 10:10am
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CPA 32-40 Model 52
Douglas Premium 28" 1-15 Twist
B&D 220 Gr. Bullet-Breech Seated
Bullet Engraves 1/2 Way Through Base Band
1/16 Cork Wad Seated Behind Bullet
13.7 Grs H-108
Velocity 1434
Rem 91/2 Primers
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Re: Schuetzen Loads
Reply #10 - Dec 27th, 2006 at 8:46am
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Well guys,
I shoot my Rollingblock with 60 grain CH3   bulletweight 530 grain
barrellenght 850 mm twist 1:20.
I use wonderlube to grease the bullet and wipe the bore after every shot.
The accuracy : 98% of the shots within 50 mm at 100 meters Grin
  
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Reply #11 - Aug 11th, 2007 at 9:53pm
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In the middle 70's I traded a break open 45-70 single shot for a Remington Rolling Block 11mm egyptian converted to 45-70 with a navy arms octagon barrel and stock with a curved steel butt plate from another schuetzen shooter.I had a Unertyl scope installed,made a bullet breech seater,bought a Lee electric melting pot,lee aluminum 405 bullet mold and used SR4759 & IMR 4198 powders with a dacron over powder wad.Breech set one 500gr soft lead bullet one time and fired it, still remember the discomfort vowing not to do that again.Here's a site I'm interested in for 45-70 using shotgun & pistol powders with lead bullets (You need to Login or Register to view media files and links) .
  
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Re: Schuetzen Loads
Reply #12 - Nov 23rd, 2007 at 8:24pm
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Austrian Martini 8.15x46R Schuetzen rifle
28" Octagon barrel, 1-15" twist, tapered bore
Lyman 313260 as cast 20:1, 165gr, .315"
Bullet-Breech Seated
Single Super Speed 32 Win Spl case Fire formed
CCI BR-2 large rifle primer
14 gr SR4759
SPG Lube
13/16" foam wad

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Re: Schuetzen Loads
Reply #13 - Nov 23rd, 2007 at 9:04pm
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in a .45-90, 105 gr of Goex Exp. a CCIBR2 primer, over primer wad of newspaper, overpowder wad of 0.06 Walter's fiber wad and 550 gr swaged Sharps long range bullet wrapped with Eaton 9# airmail paper - sized to .450" diameter.

In a .45-100 107.5 gr of Swiss 1fg, WLR primers and all else the same as above.

In .22 long rifle at any range off the bench - Eley Tenex Ultimate EPS.  Offhand, Wolf Match Extra. 

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Re: Schuetzen Loads
Reply #14 - Nov 24th, 2007 at 5:53am
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32/40, 14 gr 4227. 200 gr Pope bullet. 20 - 1  breech seated. Any case. LRP.


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