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7 Handloads
45-70, all bullet weights
BulletPowder WeightPowderVelocityOALPrimerSource
300gr LFP 48.0 grimr 3031 Unknown Win LR guest

300gr BTHP 60.0 grvarget Unknown Win LR guest
i shoot this in my marlin 1895g

350gr JSP 50.0 grIMR4198 2,000 fps2.690" Win LR guest
Heavy heavy recoil shooting from Thompson Encore pistol with 15" barrel and muzzel brake. Shoots more like a rifle than a pistol. For very seasoned handgun shooters only!

350gr LRN 54.8 grIMR 3031 1,850 fpsn/a" CCI LP guest
My load is very near MAX for a Marlin 1895ss. There are loads on this page for the 45-70 that will cause you harm at best. Several loads for the "trap door" rifles on this web-page will get you killed. Buy a reloading manual before you get hurt.

405gr LFP 45.0 grH4198 Unknown Win LR guest
Very consistent, powerful load. No case damage. Hard kicking.

405gr LFP 50.0 grh4895 2,278 fps CCI LR guest
buffalo classic why did they make that 450marlin again? not for plinking unless your agluton for punishment

500gr Solid 46.0 grIMR3031 1,300 fps3.075" WLR guest
Fired from a 14" Contender this round completely penetrated a 23" pine and deeply enough into an 11" pine behind it that the bullet could not be recovered. Primers show safe and acceptable pressure signs.

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