I need some data on the 300 gr bullet out of a 7.5 super blackhawk. Winchester site has 296 powder but the 300 gr bullet is a hornady XTP. Can I safely use that 300 gr XTP data on the Nosler 300 gr bullet and the same powder? Thanks in advance for any and all replies.
Now I'm thinking I might go for a slightly lighter bullet that has a better chance of functioning and shooting accurately in the 1894, such as a 260-280 grain bullet. Cast performance makes a 260-grain WFNGC bullet, and Beartooth has a 280-grain WFNGC. I really like the idea of that "mid-range" 280-grainer. Another question, though.
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I wonder if the bullet is still designed to go 12-18". Seems with a heavy bonded bullet going that fast that it should go a good deal farther. 24"+ would be nice. Id be interested to see a .357 designed to do the same as well.