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Correct Load 22-250 Remington AI with 55gr bullets.It is a Sako 26 inch bull barrel.The charge of 42g with MRP is not giving enough velocity .Primer is cci 200 standard.What powder should i use.

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SOURCE: I am using Hodgdon 4895 smokeless powder and a 200

Oh me, that was fun I have not got out my books for so long.  Ok this is from Hornady Handbook Starting load for the 200 gr RN Bullet using H4895 is 34.3 gr using a Remington case with a Federal 210 Primer Max C.O.L. (Cart.over all length) is 1.920. Max load for this is 39.0 gr. Work up, look for case bulging & primer flowing. Be carefull. 

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