321 GNR

Kevin L. Pflaum
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Wednesday, October 11, 2017, 20:20 (6 days ago)

A little help please. What is a good starting load for the 321 GNR 6 inch revolver utilizing a 110gr LBT FN-GC Montana Bullet Works using H110 or Win 296. Thanks for the help

look at the 357 Mag data for a 110 grain load and drop it 2

Gary Reeder
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Wednesday, October 11, 2017, 22:32 (6 days ago) @ Kevin L. Pflaum

grains from the starting load to start and work up.

321 Load Data

Kevin L. Pflaum
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Thursday, October 12, 2017, 06:18 (6 days ago) @ Kevin L. Pflaum

Thanks Gary for the info.

That looks to be a great round, easy making it.

WB
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Thursday, October 12, 2017, 06:21 (6 days ago) @ Kevin L. Pflaum

If I did not already have a .300 GNR I'd sure like to play with it. The Single Six platform would be perfect perhaps?! Again if I did not already have plans for my current projects I'd go for it.

I do have a .327 Encore barrel..........

321 GNR

Kevin L. :flaum
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Thursday, October 12, 2017, 08:37 (5 days ago) @ Kevin L. Pflaum

I have looked in all of my reloading manuals an am now needing some guidance. The paperwork that I got with the dies shows Rem 110gr SP using H4227 from 15 to 17grs. The Speer 110gr HP shows 16-16.5 grs, all jacketed bullets. My books show H4227 for a 357 mag 110gr HDY XTP at 18.9 to 21grs. I can not find a load for a lead bullet of 110 grs. Since I want to use a gas checked lead bullet where should I start.

for the 110 grain bullet with 296 start with 17 grains and

Gary Reeder
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Thursday, October 12, 2017, 11:10 (5 days ago) @ Kevin L. :flaum

work up a bit at a time. If you find a load for a jacketed bullet you can use that same data for a lead bullet. The lead gives less friction and in most cases less pressure and is more forgiving than a jacketed bullet.

321 GNR

Kevin L. Pflaum
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Thursday, October 12, 2017, 13:52 (5 days ago) @ Gary Reeder

Thanks Gary, spent to much time in the books and thinking about it and got wrapped around the barber pole. Looking forward to getting the new revolver and putting some lead down range. Thanks for all you and your gang do and for the help. Trying to make time so I can blast over from New Mexico and come and see your shop.

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