What are you looking for, in terms of bullet weights and/or powders? We have 192 30 Rem loads in our smaller day-in-day-out database (don't know, maybe 5x that in the 100mb database). If you can be more specific we'll happily share what we have.
More specific huh? Okay, how about some loads using Hornady 170 gr RN, Speer 150 gr FP, and any for 128 gr or 140 gr FP, SP, or RN bullets? Considering that I only found two loads, both using H4895 powder, almost anything else would be appreciated. Thank you very much! Gale
3Marlins (when does it become 4Marlins, then 5... ;-) etc)?
For starting loads LeftOver is correct - there is only a 0.1gr difference btwn the 3030 Win and the 30 Rem... but for max loads one has to be more careful in that the 3030 is rated at 38kcup vs 35kcup for the 30 Rem.
30 rem (data listed separate from 3030 data)
22" Rem m81 1:12 twist
gmushial, uhhh.....I'm way past three now, but I have used the name too long to change :lol:
Thanks for the loads. I wondered about using 30/30 data, realizing that the 30 Rem. is just a rimless cousin. Although I have been reloading for several years, I still consider myself a beginner and was, therefore, reluctant to make assumptions or substitutions. Thank you very much for the information.
Buying Marlins is kind like the potato chip ad: can't eat/buy just one - have been there, done that... though about a decade ago we stopped buying new/used Marlins, and started swapping barrels to make what Marlin never produced: a 336 in 17-225 or 17-22/250, 25-35 slow twist, 6mm-30/30 or 1895 in 7mm-348 AI, 35-348, or 450 Alaskan, or a 1895m becoming a 6.5-450 Marlin, etc etc - quite nice how 700 Rem barrels can be stripped of their threads, rethreaded for the smaller diameter block threads of the 336/1895 receiver and reamed to about any chambering of interest - also a lot less money: $40-50 for an unloved barrel and $60-100 for mounting the new barrel (but of course this ignores the $1000's that go into developing the appropriate loads for each new "invention"... but I guess: one can either spend the money on fast cars or expensive vacations... or one can spend it on "interesting" chamberings.... life is all about choices ;-) )