With 300 grs bullet 2550 fps is a speed where you are still on a safe pressure level. With 250 grs approximately 2750 fps are realistic and safe. This values as personal recommendation.
On the Nosler homepage you can find load suggestions with IMR 4350, start with minimum load and measure the muzzle speed. Then it should work pretty well (and may look like this):
Maybe collectively we can pick up the 9.3 x 64 torch for our friend Bruce. This is particularly striking to me, as my old friend who built this rifle is sitting next to the campfire too. Hopefully he and Bruce find each other
I have been looking at an option for a 505, that doesn't break the bank (that concern my have to yield), and is more in the 50-110, or 50 Alaskan range. However not easy to find a case, other than the Weatherby, of course. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Hello, do you have any information on your 505 SRE cartridge. Up here in Canada, there is talk about how the various 500s may exceed the 10 000 Joule limit recently imposed. Not that they do on paper, but you never know what they may infer or claim.