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Re: 32-20 150 load data
Apr 21st, 2019 at 7:33pm
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Joe,
I just picked up a mold that drops a 135g and was hoping for data on it when I get around to it, can't help with the 150 but I'm paying attention.   Wink
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Re: 32-20 150 load data
Reply #1 - Apr 21st, 2019 at 7:58pm
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Ditto here, I have a box or maybe two from Montana bullets, 135 grain gas checks and no load data, I remember finding it somewhere, but can't find the source now. Should have book marked that page.
  

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Re: 32-20 150 load data
Reply #2 - Apr 22nd, 2019 at 2:33am
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Joe,
Is it a .308 barrel?

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Re: 32-20 150 load data
Reply #3 - Apr 22nd, 2019 at 3:42am
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Never shot cast 150 with nitro, did shoot jacketed.  I'll see if I can still find that load...
  
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Re: 32-20 155 load data
Reply #4 - Apr 22nd, 2019 at 12:35pm
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32-20 loading data by bullet weight ... (You need to Login or Register to view media files and links)
For 100gr bullet, I use 4.1gr of W231 in a Remington #2 original rifle
  

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Re: 32-20 155 load data
Reply #5 - Apr 22nd, 2019 at 4:58pm
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Joe,

I haven't tried it, but there is a single lone 32-20 load listed at 27,000 cup using a Lyman 150gr #311440 flat nose that is shown at the following link...

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In the next link, Shuttleworth mentions two loads using .321" dia bullets, but one is for a 125gr bullet weight, and the other might be too...

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Re: 32-20 155 load data
Reply #6 - Apr 22nd, 2019 at 9:28pm
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westerner wrote on Apr 22nd, 2019 at 12:42pm:
Where do I find the data for 155 grain bullets? Looks like it only goes to 115 grain bullets.

If I'm reading the webpage correctly, these are pistol loads.

What sort of firearm are you going to shoot these 155 gr bullets in?
  
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Re: 32-20 155 load data
Reply #7 - Apr 23rd, 2019 at 2:24am
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This is my chrono results for Elaines 32/20, with a .308 barrel. The pressure will be less than a .317 barrel and the velocity will be a little less.

The 180 gr bullet loads will also have less pressure but, it will have more velocity.

It might give you a starting point, if not, it should give others that have a .308 barreled 32/20, some valuable info.

All loads use original Smilley lube (similar to JSL), BSed in a 26" bbl.

160 gr bullet

3.5 gr, Titegroup, 985 fps, Wolf SP

3.8 gr, Titegroup, 1024

4.0 gr, Titegroup, 1057

5.5 gr, B'Dot, 956 fps, Wolf SP

5.7 gr, B'Dot, 976

6.0 gr, B'Dot, 1050



170 gr bullet

5.0 gr HS6, 969 fps, F205M

8.5 WC820, 1297 fps, Rem 7 1/2


180 gr bullets

8.0 gr Enforcer, 1448 fps, F205M

7.0 gr, WC 820, 1129, Rem 7 1/2

7.5, gr WC820, 1191

8.0 gr, WC820, 1205

8.5 gr, WC820, 1222

5.0 gr HS6,  959 fps, Wolf SP

5.5 gr HS6, 1021

6.0 gr HS6, 1081

10.2 gr, 296, 1407 fps F205M, ave 20 shot string, good load

Switched to 9.5 gr #9, Didn't Chrono but, it shoots a little better. It should have about the same velocity as the 10.2 gr load of 296.


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