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    Info required

    Hi

    i have picked some of these up very cheap but I can't find any reloading info on them, can anyone please help

    Rich

    Hornady InterBond Bullets 25 Cal (257 Diameter) 110 Grain Bonded Boat

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    only got this one my best is fed.110
    ,51.5 grs imr 4350 with 110gr accubondfeller mine did't like em stuck to 117's also had this on file
    from usa best place to find info on the 25cal you are loading a 25-06 if not scrub this lot LOL

    quote}i would trust the data you're getting more than what you see in load manuals.
    They're a great starting place, but there are so many variables (bbl length,
    bore dimensions, case capacity & case wall thickness, temp, humidity,
    atmospheric pressure, etc...) that you have to trust your guns and your
    experience.

    I was curious, so I ran your loads through QuickLOAD. With a
    24" bbl (25.9" bolt to muzzle), the velocities it predicted were 2979 and 3119,
    for the 47.5 and 50 gr loads, respectively. Your data is only 200 fps and 166
    fps off of those numbers. I'll paste the 50 gr load data below, so you can look
    it over.

    Cartridge : .25-06 Rem.
    Bullet : .257, 110, Nosler AccuBond
    53742
    Useable Case Capaci: 58.267 grain H2O = 3.783 cm³
    Cartridge O.A.L.
    L6: 3.100 inch = 78.74 mm
    Barrel Length : 25.9 inch = 658.0 mm
    Powder :
    IMR 4350

    Predicted data by increasing and decreasing the given
    charge,
    incremented in steps of 2.0% of nominal charge.
    CAUTION: Figures
    exceed maximum and minimum recommended loads !

    Step Fill. Charge Vel.
    Energy Pmax Pmuz Prop.Burnt B_Time
    % % Grains fps ft.lbs psi psi %
    ms

    -20.0 75 40.00 2547 1584 31537 8294 91.8 1.566
    -18.0 77 41.00 2605 1658 33503 8537 92.9 1.529
    -16.0 79 42.00 2663 1732 35581 8771 93.9 1.492
    -14.0 80 43.00 2721 1809 37779 8997 94.9 1.456
    -12.0 82 44.00 2779 1886 40104 9213 95.7 1.415
    -10.0 84 45.00 2836 1965 42563 9419 96.5 1.375
    -08.0 86 46.00 2894 2045 45164 9613 97.2 1.338
    -06.0 88 47.00 2951 2126 47915 9796 97.9 1.302
    -04.0 90 48.00 3007 2209 50825 9966 98.4 1.267
    -02.0 92 49.00 3063 2292 53904 10123 98.9 1.234
    +00.0 94 50.00 3119 2376 57163 10267 99.3 1.202 ! Near Maximum !
    +02.0 95 51.00 3174 2461 60615
    10395 99.6 1.170 ! Near Maximum !
    +04.0 97 52.00 3229 2547 64271 10509 99.8 1.141 ! Near Maximum !
    +06.0 99 53.00 3284 2634 68147 10607 99.9 1.112 ! DANGEROUS LOAD-DO NOT USE!
    +08.0 101 54.00 3337 2721 72257 10689 100.0 1.083 !DANGEROUS LOAD-DO NOT USE!
    +10.0 103 55.00 3391 2808 76620 10760 100.0 1.057 !DANGEROUS LOAD-DO NOT USE!

    Results caused by ± 10% powder lot-to-lot
    burning rate variation using nominal charge
    Data for burning rate increased
    by 10% relative to nominal value:
    +Ba 94 50.00 3238 2561 66702 9980 100.0
    1.123 !DANGEROUS LOAD-DO NOT USE!
    Data for burning rate decreased by 10%
    relative to nominal value:
    -Ba 94 50.00 2954 2131 47739 10114 94.9 1.303] PLEASE REMEMBER 50 GRAINS IS NR MAX
    INFO ONLY USE DATA AT OWN RISK.
    ATB
    PAUL
    Last edited by paul o'; 06-05-2013 at 20:25. Reason: DATA NOT IN LINE

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    Thanks for the info Paul

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    Unbelievable.
    Can't find data for a 100 grain .257 bullet from a 25-06?
    Lambs in the wilderness.~Muir

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    110 gr feller baaah! mint sauce & wellys !

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    Sorry. Mis stroke on the arthritic key board.
    Same comment applies.
    Why not teach the OP how to deal with it instead of providing "QL" data?~Muir

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    Imr or Hogdgons 4831 will run them for you. Start of at 48grns and work up. Theres 110grn loads on the nosler site for accu-bonds.

    Nutty

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    I've used IMR4350 up to 50.5gn with Nosler 110gn Accubonds & not very successful, but no pressure signs. Switched to both H4350 with some success, but found much better results using IMR 4831 x 53gns. At 51gns IMR4831 you will probably start to see this weight of bullet begin to perform, but if you're looking for more velocity from the load, you should be able to 'push' it further.
    You never know though, all bullets & barrels are different so you may do OK with your IMR4350. ATB

    PS: The QL data shown lists the cartridge length at 3.100".....No data in manuals I have show as short a cartridge OAL as this & others particularly the Nosler website show 3.260".....I use 3.400" as a cartridge OAL, but - my rifle doesn't have a magazine to determine my OAL & my barrel has a long freebore.
    As Nutty suggests, work toward it & use the Nosler site for guidance to begin with.
    Last edited by deeangeo; 08-05-2013 at 05:14.
    Blaser K95 Luxus Kipplaufbüchse .25-06Rem. Zeiss 8x56, 110gn Nosler Accubond = Game Over!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muir View Post
    Sorry. Mis stroke on the arthritic key board.
    Same comment applies.
    Why not teach the OP how to deal with it instead of providing "QL" data?~Muir
    think i did in post top is one of my old loads for the 110gr and i pointed out my rifle like the 117 gr's with h4895 sc
    but the QL data should be a starting place. as this indicated the same powder i was useing ! and he has not said he did not understand the data .
    have you got any data to give him !
    Last edited by paul o'; 08-05-2013 at 08:38.

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