Modern Reloading 2nd Edition lists loads for .348 Winchester for bullets from 150 to 250 grains. Also has quite a variety of powders listed. That manual was authored by Richard Lee [of Lee Precision], the company that makes Lee reloading
If you sign up for their Load data they have a lot of loads for the .348 Win. 200, 220 and 250 grain bullets with a number of good powders. They also tell you where they got the load. thier reference is all published load data. That is what I use. The sight is worth the $20/year IMHO.
I have an old Lyman reloading manual (From around 1975).
I couldn't find the 348 loading in the basic rifle info section, but then found it listed in the index. The 348 load data was in a separate section way at the back of the manual.
Alright guys, I've gotten a hold of some data for my .348, but now I've come across a different problem. I was wanting to make some cast bullet loads, but I saw the disclaimer on the BTB site that their cast bullet cannot be used in a Browning M71, which I have, saying that the throat of the Browning M71s is not long enough the accommodate the BT Bullet. Does this disclaimer cover ALL cast bullets?
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