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Well as stated, I am working up a development load for my mini 30 with the 123 grain nosler varmageddon polymer tip bullet, and H322 powder. I chose that because I didnt have RL7, OR H4198 around. CCI #200 primer,. So starting at bottom 25 grains which yields 1900 up to, well a compressed load. 1 grain increments. Kept them between 2.205" to 2.210" on the top end, 10 round test ammo, 5 bags, so 50 rounds. Gonna test it soon to see the results. Will update when I do.

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Will do, planning on next Thursday weather permitting. I have ran the sst with benchmark, a1680, but never used H322 in the 7.62x39. MY 338 federal ar10 loves H322 with a 200, and 225 Hornady interlock red tip. Sub moa and hits like a pile driver. So since I have (200) 338 federal cases ready for bullets, and both bullets being out of stock no back order, or seasonal I decided to try the H322.

Still have to sight in my new henie straight 8 night sights on my glock 42, and test the 180 and 200 grain xtps with Longshot I handloaded for my 10mm.

Stay tuned., who knows my sks, and ak's may like this round too, but I'm particularly making these for my mini 30.
 
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@DaddyO66

Yup the 7.62x39 uses the .310, .311 bullets. It can be tricky since that round doesn't really have alot of choices for bullets like other calibers do, but their are a few. It's basically a semi automatic 30/30.

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Hoping to get out this week and test. Just have to see.
 
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