47 g of powder in a 110 308 load ?

Falar

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Re: 47 g of powder in a 110 308 load ?

Serious question, how old are you?

You consistently make some of the dumbest posts I've seen.

With bullets that light and slower burning powders some loads with 50+ gr powder charges exist.
 

TaterInTheSouth

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Re: 47 g of powder in a 110 308 load ?


Ya’Know, I would hate for him to blow his self up because he’s too
embarrassed or apprehensive to ask questions in the future.
That being said, It-do-get tedious at times....;)
 

Falar

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Re: 47 g of powder in a 110 308 load ?

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: TaterInTheSouth</div><div class="ubbcode-body">
Ya’Know, I would hate for him to blow his self up because he’s too
embarrassed or apprehensive to ask questions in the future.
That being said, It-do-get tedious at times....;)
</div></div>

Just look up some more of his posts.
 

TaterInTheSouth

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Re: 47 g of powder in a 110 308 load ?

At least no mention of armored attack Wheelbarrows with puncture proof tires yet....
I’m off the subject I know..Sorry.
 

mavrick10_2000

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Re: 47 g of powder in a 110 308 load ?


Your question needs to be more specific. Does the 110 refer to grain weight of the bullet or a Savage model 110 chambered in .308 - bit of a difference. Also what damn powder are you referring to?