aa2200 powder in 17 hornet
/ Type Grains Vel. In particular loads using the 20 grain Varmageddon bullets? Here's what I've been playing with and nothing promising yet. There are also a few videos on youtube how to install it. Know it's a while to varmit season but gotta play with the new 17 and get it all dialed in. In my 17 Hornet I am using CFE BLK @ 12.2 for the 15.5 NTX bullets. I would say you will be hitting on all cylinders once that brass is fire formed and neck sized. 2012Photos003_zps071fdada.jpg [ 96.82 KiB | Viewed 23658 times ]. Because the CCI500 SPP works perfect in the 22-hornet at its lower pressure. H110 300MP AA1680 Lilgun My experience so far with the 17 Hornady Hornet is that powders faster than AA1680 are erratic performers. 1/2" groups until I hit about 250 rounds then it opens to an inch. Hornet because it is already an Ackley version, but I do recommend you try only neck sizing or partial full length if you can't get neck dies and then give it a go. Accurate arms powders released new load data for the 17 Hornet that includes LT-30 and LT-32. Accuracy still TBD as I have only done 3 shot groups so far with 2200, 22" Douglas 17AH 13.8gr A2200 20V-Max 3800+fps 3/8" or better accuracy, http://www.accuratepowder.com/wp-con...1-2016_Web.pdf. IMR Trail Boss reduced loads are worth a look in the 17 Hornet and most any other caliber out there. I'm going to start a new post on this. My second thought does the 17 hornet (K type) have lots of room or is it a tight fit? Will keep that as a possibility. The last time I looked, it was not listed for the .17HH. On top of that, I only size the portion of the neck that actually holds the bullet. I've been reading and researching all the magazines, internet sites, etc. Have also used the 15.5 NTX bullets in my 17 Fireball with AA2200 , 4400 fps plus that I can find but appreciate any first hand experience/input. Hope there's a node in those upper ranges but if not I can live with the 3000 fps load at 9.7. dang!! Some were the size of a quarter! What kind of seater die are you using? I need a little cross reference here fro ADI to Hodgdon please. # 3 02-06-2016, 11:52 AM 22" barrel. My second thought does the 17 hornet (K type) have lots of room or is it a tight fit? Seems to me more evidence that for the 17 Hornet, using moderate pressure loads (45-47,000psi with good case life and usable in summer or winter) only around 3,400fps can be expected using a 20gr bullet. Using the Hornady seater that came in the FL Hornady die set....it's got the floating collar so hopefully that's good. There are a few places online where you can get them. Reduced loads for quieter target or hunting sessions. Cartridge          : .17 Hornet (Hornady), Fotis - thanks for running this!! Thanks for the heads-up... here's the link for Version 6.0: The velocity stated here for 2200 seems a bit conservative. Very accurate, 3700 fps. I really like Lil Gun in my 22 Hornet, I see it didn't make the chart but it is dang close to 4227, and I imagine like in the 22 Hornet, you can't go over pressure with it. Again this has been out there a while now; If you are reloading a 17 may i suggest you do yourself a favor and give a RCBS 16249 Gold Medal seat die a serious look. With the unleaded Hornet in Ruger rifles, chambers tend to be slightly generous and I didn't get good accuracy until I only neck sized my brass. START LOADS Grains Vel. hi i dont know if this helps , I use 9.4 grains of alliant 2400 with a 25 gr hp bullet. Because the CCI500 SPP works perfect in the 22-hornet at its lower pressure. HDY V-MAX    Hodgdon    H4198    .172"    1.715"    11.0    3226    32,200 PSI    11.8C    3463    39,300 PSI. Two year old post, any updates on loads for this cartridge? / Mfg. Did chrono 9.7 grs of AA1680 with 25 grain bullet and right at 3000. I haven't used one yet though. don't worry about double charges, etc.). Not sure how bulky 2200 powder is but surely that would have to be a well-compressed load? 300MP is the absolut best 410 powder so may be it a good fit for the 17-Hornet too. Once you shoot that neck sized brass, you won't mess with the bolt shims. I get 3400fps+ with a 25g vmax and .200" groups in my CZ. 115 SW Columbia St | Bend, Oregon, USA 97702  |  Toll Free: Nosler Showroom / Open to the Public:  Monday - Friday 10:00 am to 5:30 pm PST, http://forum.nosler.com/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=22761. My savage is a true blue 1/2 moa gun.My buddy and I were shooting clay pigeon PIECES at 200 meters! Some are the old trusted performers for the 22 Hornet. Been a spell since anybody put any info on here. I used to have a ruger 77/22H in 22 hornet and when I was originally tricking it out I found that there is a shim washer that will tighten up the slop in the 77/22H two peice bolt. Just do a search for Ruger 77/22H bolt shim. The first one was the .17 Hornet, closely followed by the .17 Bee and later by the .17/222.” Ackley describes the .17 Hornet as sort of an “improved” .22 Hornet necked down to .17 caliber. thebear_78 - good input on bolt shimming....I've seen similar input on 22 hornets. 17's have come quite a ways since 2015....updates anybody? Best group was 1 1/8" with a mid-range charge and the 20 grain zmax. . I'm thinking neck sizing and having the brass fit my chamber also can't hurt the accuracy but we shall see. MAXIMUM LOADS P.S.I. 20 GR. I found a pound at Swedes in G.I a couple of weeks ago to try in the .22H&KH, Show 40 post(s) from this thread on one page, http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a3...ps718a97c1.jpg, http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a3...ps368e5067.png, http://www.adi-powders.com.au/handlo...ide/powder.asp, http://www.adi-powders.com.au/handlo...quivalents.asp, http://http://www.adi-powders.com.au/handloaders-guide/burning_rates.asp, http://www.adi-powders.com.au/handlo...uide/rifle.asp, http://www.hodgdonreloading.com/data/rifle, http://www.huntingnet.com/forum/relo...17-hornet.html. I have found with Lil'Gun that loading .4 grains under the recommended minimum (loading to 9.3gr.) See my new post. aren't what they used to be. Shot my 1680 loads today...not much different from Lil Gun...I'd say not quite as spreadout. that I got excellent accuracy at around 3600fps in my Ruger 77/17. Then It's time to clean the barrel. Just scoop the case full and tamp a bullet in there. The Hornady seater is a good one from what I've seen. AA1680 is good 22-hornet powder and 300MP is another. Ackley’s load data lists 25-grain bullets with a velocity of 3,585 fps from 12.0 grains of … AA1680 is good 22-hornet powder and 300MP is another. I've got a fair bit of experience with the 77/22 and that is my best trick. To maximize performance, the ballistics experts at Hodgdon Powder Co., Inc. have developed a comprehensive Reloading Guide to provide handloaders with current data for Accurate Powders. Anybody have much experience with loading 17 caliber? Can't wait to try it on some coyotes or bobcats. Still likes 25 grain VMax so will stay with that. . I then try to get the best accuracy at the highest velocity with the lowest pressure... particularly important with the relatively fragile 17 Hornet case. Its worth checking out. I settled on 11.8gr of AA1680 with a 20gr Vmax. Haven't tried to check run-out as I don't own a checker...could roll across a glass pane or something I guess... Also all my reloads to date have been in new brass. These are 4227, 296, H110, Lil-Gun, etc. Appears 1680 is a good pick of powder. Some are the old trusted performers for the 22 Hornet. I always like to base my reloading around hard data... official powder manufacturer's load data with pressure reading if possible. 10.1 grains pushed it up to 3100 range so going to shoot some groups with 10.0, 10.3 and see if 10.6 isn't too hot. Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.1Copyright ©2000 - 2020, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. I get around 3580fps with 13.9 grain of 2200 topped with 20 gr VMax without excessive pressure signs. Got some noslers, bergers and some 25 grain vmaxes to try from a friend. I was fortunate enough to find 3 boxes of that. 300MP is the absolut best 410 powder so may be it a good fit for the 17-Hornet too. Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 7 guests, Nosler Inc  |  Privacy  Use  Order Processing. It didn't have that dramatic effect on mine but I have heard from others that I made a great deal of difference in theirs. H4227 just caught my eye...like to keep around 100% + loading density in my old age !! My experience so far with the 17 Hornady Hornet is that powders faster than AA1680 are erratic performers. When I shimmed my bolt that took care of primer issue. The Bergers are able to run through the magazine and still touch the lands...I loaded them at .025 off to start so we'll see where that goes. Put a .003 shim in bolt and everything remained the same more or less. I haven't loaded for mine yet since I still have a case and a half of factory ammo still but I have 5 or 6 lbs of ill gun that I'm hoping will work in my rifle. Data Powder 2200.22 HORNET Wt.


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