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Old 01-31-2012, 02:14 AM   #1
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A friend of mine that I reload for got a new rifle for Christmas for an upcoming Alaska moose hunt. He bought a set of dies and all the components and wants me to work up some loads for him. I only have one manual that lists anything for the 325wsm. Any one have any experience and suggestions for me?



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Old 01-31-2012, 02:51 AM   #2
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What manuals are you looking at? I'll check mine and see what they say. I think my Lyman has some in it.



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Old 01-31-2012, 02:58 AM   #3
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Looks like you are using Noslers? If you want u2u me your email address. I can copy/scan the data from my Nosler Manual tomorrow and send to you. If your buddy wants I'll copy/scan the info from my Lyman manual also?

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The Nosler website has good data. Some other bullet or powder mfg websites will too. Certainly enough to get you started. Best of Luck!

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Hodgdon has good load data on there web site.
If that is your loadind bench, becarefull and use plenty of lube on the WSM cases. I broke the handle out of my Lee press just like that when I got my 7mm WSM

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U2U sent.

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Thanks guys. Forgot to mention that my Nosler manual was the only one with 325's in it so he decided to start with the 200gr. accubonds. Just kind of curious what anyone else had tried or had issues with. The only other cal. I have ever started to load for cold turkey was his wife's 270wsm and we worked up some good loads pretty quick, but I had two or three manuals with that so I had a wider field to start with.

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yesdeer, my lyman manual has some info for Barnes bullets along with Swift A-Frames. send me your email address and I'll scan the pages from my lyman book and send to you if you'd like.



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