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    Help with sauer 202 2506 load

    Hi Guys, I know this has been probably been asked a hundred times before, but im new to reloading, and was looking for some help with a load to use in my sauer 202, ive probably opened a big can of worms here, but thought if anyone else shots one of these and would be kind enough to point me in the right direction, was wanting to try and use Hogdons 414 powder
    Many thanks

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    The Hodgdon manual provides a good starting point:

    http://www.hodgdon.com/PDF/Hodgdon%20Basic%20Manual.pdf

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    And here are 5 from Ammoguide:

    75 Hornady Hodgdon H-414
    55.0M
    3626
    2190
    24.0
    View
    stigma 75 Hornady Hodgdon H-414
    56.0M
    3710
    2293
    24.0
    View
    omega1bt 85 Nosler Hodgdon H-414
    52.0M
    3443
    2238
    24.0
    View
    stigma 90 Sierra Hodgdon H-414
    51.0
    3315
    2197
    24.0
    View
    ammoguide 100 Nosler Hodgdon H-414
    47.0
    3059
    2078
    24.0
    View
    ammoguide
    NOTES:
    M - Maximum load


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    Not sure what bullet weight your looking at but imr4350
    or H4350 was my go to powder for my old 25-06 with nosler 75g BT with 54g of powder can't remember COAL but these were good for foxing for the ither it was 49g of the same with the nosler 115g BT both gave good results but goes without saying these were safe in my rifle but start lower and work your way up!

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    Thanks for all your advice guys if it helps im going to use Nosler 115g BT

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    Check out the Nosler website load data... it may help. Personally, I think you'll find H414 lacking in the velocity department, with the rifle barrel - 1 in 10 twist usually preferring slower propellants & a lighter bullet, just my thoughts. ATB

    http://www.nosler.com/25-06-remington


    Last edited by deeangeo; 25-06-2013 at 21:01.
    Blaser K95 Luxus Kipplaufbüchse .25-06Rem. Zeiss 8x56, 110gn Nosler Accubond = Game Over!

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    I'm getting good results with Reloader 17 (£36 a lb) /Elcho 17 (£55 a kg but same powder) in my Sig SHR970 deluxe which is what the Sauer 202 is based on. As yet I've not tried the 115's but have tried the 85's and 100's if you decide to use this powder you can get generic data from Alliants website or you can use the ask the expert feature and get data specific to the bullet you want to use.

    ​Rick

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