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110gr SP 7.0 grAlliant Bullseye 1,350 fps2.20" Win LP guest
Good non-destructive small game load. Minimum starting charge of Bullseye for 110-gr. jacketed bullet in .30-30 is 5.0 grains of Bullseye for 1000 f.p.s. in 20" barrel. Pistol primers give a visible pressure indication and should not show perceptible flattening with these charges. Do NOT reduce below 5 grs. of Bullseye with any jacketed bullet or you may stick a bullet in the bore! I use the Remington 110-gr. SP intended for the .30 M1 carbine. Do NOT use FMJ bullets in tubular magazines. Use of non-cannelured bullets requires use of Lee Factory Crimp die for use in tubular magazine rifles. Do NOT exceed 7.0 grs. maximum of Bullseye with 110-gr. jacketed bullet. Do NOT use any case fillers. Shoots to sights at 50 yards with step elevator on Winchester 94 set at maximum height, if rifle is zeroed for factory 150-gr. softpoints with step elevator removed.

130gr SP 40.0 grH335 2,700 fps2.55" WLR Guest
Suggested starting load: 36.0 gr
Sight in 3" high at 100 yards and it is almost dead on at 300. Great in a Marlin 336 with a 4x scope. Keep it out of cheap (weak) off brands! Just the high side of 40,000 cup! Keeps the coyotes in check, and will take deer as well IF you know how and where to shoot.

220gr JRN 30.0 grH335 1,900 fps2.55" WLR Guest
Suggested starting load: 27.0 gr
Very good in a Winchester 94, which prefers heavy bullets anyway. Flat top the tip with a file before loading the mag full. Velocity is a lowball estimate. Shoots 1 inch below a 170 gr Silvertip factory load. Great for animals that need lots of penetration like bear.

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