i have been looking at a lot of reloading sites and founs stevespage.com to have all the min max on all the powder loads but the question i have is he just says .30-06 springfield 175-180g bullets i was always told that you had to have a hornady barnes or nosler book to get the min max powder loads for the set bullets you are loading im looking to load up three different calibers all using hornady interlock bullets any help would be great and using cci primers
.30-06 springfield 180g btsp
7mm rem mag 162g btsp
303 british 150g sp
Go to Hodgdon's.com/load data. But first know the rifling twist of the weapons you are loading. This is very important. I wasted a lot of time and money on a Ruger mini-14. It has a 1 in 9 twist. Most .223's have a 1in14. Twist determines what grain bullets will perform best. Many manuals do not stress the point as they should. Remember, the shorter the bullet the quicker it will stabilize.