issues with 9 3x57 article in handloader - 24hourcampfire

issues with 9 3x57 article in handloader - 24hourcampfire

issues with 9.3x57 article in handloader

Sep 09, 2011 · In the 30 years or so that "Cartridge Board" has been in Handloader, it has never been an article about reloading. That column is a review of the development and history of the cartridge that is featured. If you want a feature story on the 9.3x57, please see the January-February 1987 article by Dieter Sturm (Handloader No. 125).

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9.3×62mm | Military Wiki | Fandom

9.3×62mm. The 9.3×62mm cartridge. The 9.3×62mm (in the USA also known as the 9.3×62 Mauser) is an 'all-around firearms cartridge' suitable for hunting larger species of animals in Africa, Europe, or North America. It was introduced by Otto Bock in 1905. At a typical 720.0 m/s (2,362 ft/s), its 286 grain standard load balances recoil and

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Cartridge Board | Handloader Magazine

A 1925 Mauser catalog lists a 247-grain bullet at 2,296 fps/2,885 ft-lbs. Then REM-UMC in its 1920 catalog shows only a 280-grain SP at 1,850 fps/2,128 ft-lbs while Winchester shows the same. Other DWM catalogs list the 205-grain bullet at 2,425 fps. RWS lists the 280 grain at 1,920 fps. Another source has a 230-grain SP at 2,370 fps/2,860 ft

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Latest Issue View and Subscribe Handloader February/March 2022. This issue features Springfield's Ronin 1911, .300 Savage (Pet Loads), .284 Winchester, Shooting the .32-20, 70 Years and Counting, and much more.

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9.3x57 Mauser - BallisticStudies.com

The 9.3x57 Mauser gained a small following but its popularity decreased after 1905 with the release of the more potent 9.3x62. The Mauser Company built 9.3x57 rifles based on their well established M98 action for a short period of time but soon adopted the 9.3x62 chambering which had received good reports in Africa.

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Cartridge Board | Handloader Magazine

Current popular 9.3mm cartridges include the (1) 9.3x57, (2) 9.3x62 Mauser, (3) 9.3x64 Brenneke, (4) 9.3x66 Sako and the (5) 9.3x74R. Our interest here is cartridges, and to that end Brenneke was an avid hunter. Growing up at the end of the black-powder era, he was not satisfied with the performance of lead bullets and old propellant.

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Reloading Data 9.3x57mm in a Husqvarna Metallic

9.3x57mm in a Husqvarna: Warning! Notes: Test rifle was a Husqvarna Model 146 with 24 3/4-inch barrel. Loads developed in Norma 9.3x57 brass, using CCI-200, Remington 9 1/2 and RWS-LR primers. All loads should be reduced by 10 percent and worked up …

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9.3x57 Husqvarna Loads - gboreloaded.com

May 25, 2013 · I have been doing some more reading, especially the 9.3x57 article in the April 2013 Handloader magazine, the article is well written and more importantly covers forming brass from other cases, in this example he uses the 30-06 case. An important subject covered is case neck thickness and it's effect on final case neck diameter in regards to

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issues with 9.3x57 article in handloader - 24hourcampfire

Aug 20, 2011 · That column is a review of the development and history of the cartridge that is featured. If you want a feature story on the 9.3x57, please see the January-February 1987 article by Dieter Sturm (Handloader No. 125). If there is some sort of renewed interest in the 9.3x57, we may follow-up at some future date.

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Haenel-Mannlicher 9x57 Mauser | RifleMagazine

It runs around 2,200 fps and works beautifully with either the Sierra 225-grain spitzer boattail or the Nosler 225-grain Partition. The Sierra bullet was designed for the .35 Whelen but is perfect in the 9x57. The Haenel-Mannlicher had a dual front sight. When one blade is pressed down, the other pops up; they give a choice of a blued or bronze

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issues with 9.3x57 article in handloader [Archive] - Cast

In the 30 years or so that "Cartridge Board" has been in Handloader, it has never been an article about reloading. That column is a review of the development and history of the cartridge that is featured. If you want a feature story on the 9.3x57, please see the January-February 1987 article by Dieter Sturm (Handloader No. 125).

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Issues | Handloader Magazine

Handloader February/March 2022. This issue features Springfield's Ronin 1911, .300 Savage (Pet Loads), .284 Winchester, Shooting the .32-20, 70 Years

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Brass life. - Ammunition and Reloading - TNGunOwners.com

Oct 17, 2021 · I had made 9,3x57 cases by using my Hornady dies with late model tapered expander ball. I went ahead and full length resized the 8x57 PPU brass, I did not want to inherit problems from whatever firearm the brass was fired originally. I found four sources of loading data. Three were from "Handloader" magazine and one from Norma.

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9.3x57 in a Husqvarna | Graybeard Outdoors

Feb 07, 2014 · I was wondering if anybody else had regulating problems, the latest issue of handloader has an article about 9.3x57 Mauser with load data, he didn't seem to fail to regulate with a matched factory velocity. The front sight is not easily replaceable, I will just mill a slot to replace the rear sight blade, I can calculate the difference I need.

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The following Bobcat equipment has been salvaged for used parts. For parts call 877-530-4430 to be connected to our nearest salvage yard.

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Reloading Data 9.3x57mm in a Husqvarna Metallic

9.3x57mm in a Husqvarna: Warning! Notes: Test rifle was a Husqvarna Model 146 with 24 3/4-inch barrel. Loads developed in Norma 9.3x57 brass, using CCI-200, Remington 9 1/2 and RWS-LR primers. All loads should be reduced by 10 percent and worked up …

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9.3x57 - forum.castbulletassoc.org

Mar 08, 2016 · I wrote an article about the 9.3X57 for TFS several years back. It is a great cast bullet rifle. I have sold mine along with the brass and dies. I kept the molds because I replaced it with a 9.3X74. Unfortunately my old computer largely died and that file did not get transferred to my new MAC 3 years ago.

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9.3x57 Husqvarna Loads | Graybeard Outdoors

May 25, 2013 · I have been doing some more reading, especially the 9.3x57 article in the April 2013 Handloader magazine, the article is well written and more importantly covers forming brass from other cases, in this example he uses the 30-06 case. An important subject covered is case neck thickness and it's effect on final case neck diameter in regards to

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Reloading Data 9.5x57 Mannlicher-Schoenauer / 9.5x57mm M-S

9.5x57 Mannlicher-Schoenauer / 9.5x57mm M-S: Warning! Notes: Handloader Issue #24 (Loading the Exotics) Be Alert: Publisher cannot be responsible for errors in published load data.

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9.3x57 in a Husqvarna - GBO Reloaded

Feb 07, 2014 · I was wondering if anybody else had regulating problems, the latest issue of handloader has an article about 9.3x57 Mauser with load data, he didn't seem to fail to regulate with a matched factory velocity. The front sight is not easily replaceable, I will just mill a slot to replace the rear sight blade, I can calculate the difference I need.

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