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    lyman cast bullets book

    I have a 450 rigby and if someone has the lyman cast bullets book I would like a print of the 460 weatherby loading section

    thank you canuck

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    All of has is a 450 Marlin

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    Lyman has that one to but not the one you're looking for.

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    thank you that is what I am looking for
    550 gr. loading data great

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    Sorry. If I'd have known that I'd have posted it.

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    For some reason Lyman has always had very few loads for the Weatherby line of cartridges, usually just light loads with a few fast powders esp. UNIQUE. Other large cartridges get better treatment with loads using powders like 4895, 3031, etc. Don't know why that is, I know the cases are large but I'm sure better loads could be worked up as they have top end loads for the 45/70, .458, 270, 30-06, 7mm mag., etc.

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    Also look at 45-120 load data, that may be a little closer to 450 Rigby case size.

    If you are shooting this in a double rifle, pistol weight boolits and reduced velocity have regulated nicely for me. They are much more pleasant to shoot also.

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    shooting a Sako brown bear

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    img003.pdf
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    thank you for the pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by 15meter View Post
    Also look at 45-120 load data, that may be a little closer to 450 Rigby case size.

    If you are shooting this in a double rifle, pistol weight boolits and reduced velocity have regulated nicely for me. They are much more pleasant to shoot also.
    Ignore most of this, 8 hours later I remembered the details of the 450 Rigby, it is most definitely not more similar to the 450-120 and probably NOT in a double rifle.

    I was thinking 450 Nitro Express, that I load for in 2 different Rigby doubles.

    Although pistol weight boolits WILL be more fun to shoot.

    Dang geezer memory.

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    the rifle that I have is a Sako 85 brown bear........bolt action

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