That's because H4831 is for heavy bullets not lightweights. It is the powder to use with 180gr bullets.I plan to load my 30-06 brass with H4831.
Using these 3 projectiles (.308)
Hornady v max 110 gr.
Hornady 110 gr. SP
Sierra 110 gr. HP
I did not find a powder mix for my situation.
Will someone advise?
I'm thinking around 53.1gr
this is a strange question, not being answered properly IMHO...H110 and 296 are not powders for 300 win mag under any circumstanes IMO or any rifle IMO short of cartridges like the 38-40 and 44-40 for instance that are both rifle and pistol cartridges...
My answer is based on the assumption that I didn't miss anything in the original post, it seem perhaps I did??[/QUOTE]
Yes. The OP was asking if two powders were comparative in burn rate, similar to......
"Are Win. Supreme 780 and Hodg. Superformance possiblly the roughly same powder. About like H110--- and Win 296"