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Old 03-25-2002, 08:51 AM
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I'm looking for load data for the 225 grain Hornady spire point in .375 H&H.  Something between 2500 and 2700 fps.  Thanks.

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Hi, Jackfish:
   Hornady #4 has data for the 220 gr. FN to 2800 fps.

IMR 4064  64.4 gr = 2500 fps, 72.8 gr = 2800 fps
RL-15         67.6 gr = 2500 fps, 74.5 gr = 2800 fps
H4895        64.3 gr = 2500 fps, 74.8 gr = 2800 fps

    These powder weights aren't much less than the weights for the 270 gr. bullets.  
IMR 4064  70.2 gr. = 2600 fps
RL-15         74.0 gr. = 2700 fps
H4895        73.9 gr. = 2650 fps

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