I found I could get my Berry’s 30 cal to shoot to the same place as factory 150s in my 30 30 with 21 grains n110. Not sure how fast it was. I loaded my rem 700 300 blackout with 15 grains n110 and the Berry’s it shot ok but when I chronied it they were at 1860 FPS I didn’t know they were going that fast so I backed off to 14 grains and cut the group size in half. I think 1860 was a bit fast for the tight twist.Has anyone had good luck with Berry's 30 caliber plated bullets? What velocity? I shot some 100 gr .32 cal last fall in my .32-20 Marlin and they worked fairly decent...better than lead bullets in my situation. that was in the 1200+ fps range. I may try some for chickens and pigs in the Winchester .30-30
Off-season reloading project, if I get the time and weather to work on it.