these from an old note book that recently reappeared. as usual, the statement that these loads are what happened in my gun and were safe in my gun. others might vary, requiring caution and common sense. work up to these loads from below. 270 gn speer ar2209 77 gn 2683 fps 78 gn 2717 fps good safe max 79 gn 2734 fps re 15 66 gn 2542 fps too much pressure. expected more from this powder based on available data. this bullet is quite explosive at these speeds and might suit small deer, feral goats, and pigs, with side on shots. it fully loses its core and turns the jacket inside out in wet clay. 286 gn nosler partition ar2209 76 gn 2630 fps this bullet fails to realize the potential of this case in terminal performance. 286 baarnes tsx ar2209 69 gn 2400 fps 71 gn 2450 fps 73 gn 2530 fps this bullet is very long and the above charges were heavily compressed. seated out on a longer magazine it would have a lot to offer with more speed. 293 gn tug ar2209 73 gn 2520 fps 75 gn 2580 fps a truly great bullet in the 9.3x62, it becomes less of a big game bullet at 9.3x64 speeds. might suit sambur and red deer. ar2209 is sold by hodgdon as h4350. it seems to be an optimum choice for the 9.3x64,with bullets from 270 gns up to 300 gns requiring some compression. it is relatively temp stable. all loads were with fed 215 primers. coal to fit in a 30/06 length mag. i have put 300 gn swift loads on this forum as well. re 17 and re16 might be worth trying in this case. bruce.