Reloading 7x33

Discussion in 'Handloads for all Sako models' started by Norway.375, Sep 8, 2018.

  1. Norway.375

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    Is it possible to get 820 m/sek with a sako 78 grains?
    For roe-deer hunting in Norway the power must be 980 joule at 100 m.

     

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    I normally achieve around 760m/ sec from the two 7×33 I load for using the local Australian powder AR2205.
    Not sure if another powder would provide the extra 40m/ sec your going to need.
     
  3. Norway.375

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    I have tried to find a load here i Norway. But people that I will say are experts say that the pressure will be to high. So I think that I will not use it for roedeer.
    The rifle must work for another 72 years!
     
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    Thank you deersako! That is something for me!
    Now I can start testing. Not sure I can find the powder i Norway. I will try!
     
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    I believe Viht 120 might be the go to powder for you to try
     
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    Thank you dodgyrog! That will be easier for me.
    I have just tested my .375 H and H Mag.
    Load 80 g N160. And 300 g Nosler Partition. Wery good!
     

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