Able Hodgdon Reloading Manual
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The above list is of particular value to shooters and reloaders in Australia and New Zealand when they may have reloading data in an American reloading manual that lists Hodgdon powders but does not list the ADI powders. This listing enables a shooter to safely work up data for their firearm using this table and that American reloading manual.
As you can see by comparing the data from Hodgdon and ADI using the equivalent powder table above the load data is the same. For example, the maximum load for the 375H&H Magnum using both H4350 and AR2209 with the Sierra 300grain SPBT and is the same at 81.5 grains compressed. Velocity and pressure figures are likewise identical. Try this for your favorite calibres using the links to the Hodgdon reloading data and the ADI reloading data below.
I like to use the Hodgdon reloading website data as a starting point for most of my load workups www.hodgdonreloading.com. For this example we will use the data for my favorite .308 caliber load for my GA Precision GAP10 rifle. This .308 Winchester example uses the tried and true 175 grain Sierra Match King bullet and IMR 4064 powder.
The first thing you will need is a reloading manual. Many are available from a wide array of sources including Winchester, Hodgdon and Alliant. Those companies make popular shotshell powders and their manuals are free. Many other resources are available online, but use data only from reliable sources in the firearms industry.
When it is available, factory shotgun ammo is so inexpensive that there is no real cost savings to reloading. The advantage is being able to tailor loads specifically to your gun and to specific applications, as well as the satisfaction of taking game and breaking targets with self-made ammo. 59ce067264