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- Nosler® Reloading Guide: Why are there compressed loads (more than 100% load density) listed in your Reloading Manual?
Answer: All compressed loads in any of Nosler’s published data are safe to shoot and are under SAAMI maximum recommended pressure. When seating the bullet on ...
- General Reloading: What is load density and how is it possible to have more than 100% load
Answer: Load density is a calculation of case capacity versus powder bulk density. Case capacity is measured by taking a piece of firedbrass, filling it up ...
- Misc Questions: What is the difference between G1 and G7 Ballistic Coefficient?
Answer: G1 and G7 are different models of drag functions that measure ballistic coefficient. Ballistic Coefficient or B.C. is a measurement (or prediction in a lot ...
- Nosler Catridges: What are the differences in the Nosler Cartridge Dimensions?
Answer: The 28 Nosler is the only cartridge in the entire family (26, 27, 28, 30, 33, 35, and 36) that shares all of the 26 ...
- Misc Questions: Why should I use Nosler Ammunition?
Answer: I recently purchased a .338 Lapua Magnum, and the local gun shop only sold "The Other Guys" ammo, in a hurry to get it to ...
- Nosler Catridges: Why does the 30 Nosler case dimension differ from the 26 and 28 Nosler case
Answer: To prevent cross-caliber chambering (i.e. a 35 cal cartridge in a 33 cal chamber). To accommodate longer bullet ogive lengths for larger calibers (30cal bullets have ...
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