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    Tr140

    is anyone aware of a supplierfor TR140 in Staffordshire?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Muntjac View Post
    is anyone aware of a supplierfor TR140 in Staffordshire?
    Hi Muntjac we are placing an order for TR140 next week for about 30 KGs . hope that will be of assistance

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    Quote Originally Posted by brock and norris View Post
    Hi Muntjac we are placing an order for TR140 next week for about 30 KGs . hope that will be of assistance
    are you at the midland?
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    yes we are. hopefully in our normal place at the bottom of gunmakers row. Atb Mike Norris Brock and Norris Custom Rifles

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    cheers see you there. PM sent
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    Can anyone give me the load data for the TR 140? 223 and 55gr

    Can't find it anywhere and not getting a reply from the email address on the tub.
    Cheers
    Paul

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    You can use the Viht N140 load data as a starting point as it's an almost identical powder, TR140 is just a tad slower in my experience. I'd start at 1gr below the minimum load and work up from there, for my 223 with 55gr FMJ Sierra Match Kings I ended up with 26gr as my best load.

    Also some info here, Target Shooter Magazine - July 2012
    Last edited by phaedra; 04-09-2013 at 10:00.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phaedra View Post
    You can use the Viht N140 load data as a starting point as it's an almost identical powder, TR140 is just a tad slower in my experience. I'd start at 1gr below the minimum load and work up from there, for my 223 with 55gr FMJ Sierra Match Kings I ended up with 26gr as my best load.

    Also some info here, Target Shooter Magazine - July 2012
    cheers

    Was that 26gr compressed? Ive loaded up to 25.5gr and with the hornandy comparator the length is 1.8415. you can still hear the powder moving around but its not loose.

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    Hi chaps any chance of a reply to my pm? I am in India at present and ge t back on the 12th so need to knowcosts etc. cheers MJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by phaedra View Post
    You can use the Viht N140 load data as a starting point as it's an almost identical powder, TR140 is just a tad slower in my experience. I'd start at 1gr below the minimum load and work up from there, for my 223 with 55gr FMJ Sierra Match Kings I ended up with 26gr as my best load.

    Also some info here, Target Shooter Magazine - July 2012
    any suppliers in the north east?

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