There is load data for the 475NE in the Woodleigh loading manual.
One of the powders is a Vihtavuori powder.
Graeme Wright's book also has a few loads for the 475NE, but noting the Woodleigh book hasn't got.
I haven't had a chance to really have a good look at the Woodleigh Manual as yet...
As far as reloading books/manuals go, I would recommend you get yourself a few.
Mainly to compare load data between them. Have a bit of a read of them and get your head around the subject.
When you buy a set of dies ect they come with instructions, just follow them and you'll be right.
Well that's a good question.
I shot a fair bit growing up, mostly rimfire competition and some hunting, we did have centrefire rifles some of which were we loaded for.
I started reloading because I shoot a few oddball rounds that I couldn't easily get factory ammo for.
Then latter on I moved...
Na is looking good to me to, I'm not quite ready to leave Au. But it's getting close.
I might be forced to yet, not liking the noises coming out of our government.
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Sorry for the delay in getting back to this thread, I've been away with work.
Thanks for all the replies and advice.
That pressure measuring gear Grumulkin linked to looks pretty interesting.
QL is something I've had my eye on for sometime now.
As I have already stated I cannot find any manufacturers published data for the round and powder combination.
If I could find good data I wouldn't be looking for ways to determine whats safe and whats not.
I'm not assuming anything. If I were I'd just keep dumping powder in the case till I...
I think the Bench Source machine would work pretty well for what I want.
It can handle cases with a rim diameter up to 50bmg (.804") so it should work for the NE rounds as well.