Reloading 7.62×51

Reloading 7.62×51 NATO. This is a discussion on Reloading 7.62×51 NATO within the Ammunition forums, part of the M14 M1A Forum category; Hey guys, I am getting into reloading in the beginning of next year and my JRA M1A is headspaced for the 7.62 NATO ammo, not.

7.62x51mm NATO Rifle Cartridge by Nosler Inc. 7.62x51mm NATO HandLoading & Reloading Components: 30 caliber nosler bullets.

Reload 7.62×51 GGG N A T O Brass to Allow Shooting in a .308W Sporting Rifle.Series showing Resizing Case-trim Swage Primer Pocket with Dillon 600 Super Swag.

a Yugoslavian SKS in 7.62×39 mm Russian, an AR carbine in 5.56×45 mm NATO and an M1A SOCOM in 7.62×51 mm NATO. Then I remembered yet.

the lever gun and the SKS in terms of speed and ease of.

The dimensions of both .308 and 7.62×51 brass are the same (there are no 7.62×51 reloading dies), so assuming you have a safe firearm (which the '95 Mauser in 7.62×51/.308 is not), are you saying the ammo is not essentially the same? Case capacity is less in 7.62×51, so it uses less powder to generate the same velocity/pressure.


Can you reload 7.62×51 or 308 brass with 7.62x54r bullets from mossin nagant type ammo? Thanks, Mike.

Magpul PMAG D-50 Magazine now for 7.62×51 NATO/.308 Winchester ~ VIDEO – 260 Remington or 6.5 Creedmoor is not recommended. Magpul was founded in 1999 with the intent of developing a simple device to aid in the manipulation of rifle magazines while reloading under stress.

Reloading 7.62X51, 308W, GGG N.A.T.O BRASS Part One.First look: GLOCK releases G44, a .22 caliber based on the G19 – The grip, trigger and sights were all like familiar landmarks on a journey home. We all found ourselves shooting, reloading and shooting again, trying different targets. Our group of about seven.

Federal has launched the Syntech Total Synthetic Jacket (TSJ) as a reloading component. It also comes as loaded ammunition in their American Eagle line. This is a polymer encased compressed powder.

I'm just starting to reload. Received a large package today of goodies and I apologize if this is a stupid question. I'm separating out my old casings and I have a mixture of 7.62×51 and .308 casings. I'm going to start reloading 308 and have the die for that. Here's the possibly stupid question.

Just use .308 Win data and reduce by 10% for milsurp brass. Milsurp brass is a wee bit thicker, so it has a slightly lower case capacity. The .308/7.62 loves 165 grain hunting bullets and 168 or 175 grain match bullets with IMR4064 and regular large rifle primers. 168's for distances up to 600 yards, 175's past there.

Finally, 4 AR-Style Rifles Chambered for Big Game Hunting – Now in Realtree camo, the S&W .308 Win. (7.62×51) M&P10 is patterned after Eugene Stoner’s original 1955 AR-10 design, which is the predecessor of the comparatively wimpy .223 AR-15 or M16. This rifle.

30 06 Bullet Speed The .30-06 Springfield cartridge (pronounced "thirty-aught-six"), 7.62×63mm in metric notation and called ".30 Gov't '06" by Winchester, was introduced to the United States Army in 1906 and later standardized; it remained in use until the late 1970s.The ".30" refers to the caliber of the bullet in inches. 30-06 Springfield – Sea Level. Drag Function: G1

Yes. I can personally attest to experiencing higher pressures using 7.62×51 brass instead of 308 brass. The 7.62×51 brass is thicker, which results in less case capacity, which will result in higher pressure if you use the same recipe as your 308.

Showdown: S&W vs. break-open revolver – is one faster to reload? – This article originally appeared on The Firearm Blog. In a follow-up to an earlier video in which he compared reloading the last military gate-loading revolver with his Smith and Wesson, Mike returns.

2) Would using 7.62×51 casings (normally once shot, but thicker / stronger casings vs .308 allow reloading with used brass? 3) If buying 7.62×51 mil surplus ammo, what countries are good sources? 4) From initial reads, this rifle was built based.

7.62 x 51 load data.

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by uneasy_rider, Sep 16, 2007. Many times, loading data quoted for the 7.62 x 51mm NATO cartridge assumes military cases. Military cases have a little less case capacity that do typical commercial .308 Win cases, especially.

Taking once fired military brass through the reloading process to make it into like new reloadable brass.

Reloading Rifle Powder. Reloading Shotshell Powder.

.308 WIN / 7.62×51 Nato. Diamond K Brass LLC sells many brands and quantities of .308 WIN reloading brass, for both commercial and recreational use. You can choose to buy casings from a single manufacturer or casings with mixed head-stamps.

Reloading Glossary. Load Data Downloads. Open up the load data page you wish to download. Right click on the image of the load data and use save as.

Hornady Match 223 The all American made PRIME 75 grain OTM eliminates ammunition from the accuracy equation for rifles chambered in .223 Rem. Expect hand-load accuracy, lot consistency, and reliability. How Much Does Brush Deflect a Rifle Bullet? – Three groups of Federal’s 43-grain Speer TNT Green (which zip out of my barrel at 3,680 fps) averaged 3.67

In my last post, I walked through the process of using the Redding Case Neck Gage to sort our 7.62×51 (Military 308 Winchester) brass into buckets based on both thickness and uniformity.

Reloading 7.62×51 NATO. This is a discussion on Reloading 7.62×51 NATO within the Ammunition forums, part of the M14 M1A Forum category; Hey guys, I am getting into reloading in the beginning of next year and my JRA M1A is headspaced for the 7.62 NATO ammo, not.

Bullets for Reloading. .308 Winchester/7.62×51 Mixed Headstamp Brass Re-primed Cases #1 *PULLED*.