I too have a Win Mod 70 Featherweight that I purchased new in the late 80's (non controlled feed action). The best I have ever been able to get it to consistently shoot is about 1 1/4" and that is with certainly handloads. The skinny, lightweight barrel is really a roadblock to getting MOA accuracy.
However, if you are having trouble reaching at least 1 1/2" after all of the things you have already done, you might want to consider recrowning the barrel.---------------
The last reloading manual I have that lists Winchester 450LS powder is the Speer number 8 manual published 1970.
Yes, what powder are you using?
Reloading: looking for Winchester 30 caliber .308 dia. 150gr. silver tip bullets/quanity 1000.
Rather than answer your question, I have posted a link to the Winchester reloading data below. I would strongly urge you NOT to ask for relaoding data on an open forum. Anyone can answer a question here- for all you know, I am 10 years old. (I'm not- but you have no way to verify that!) Link at the bottom of this answer- and shoot safe.
The reloading data depends on the powder being used and the bullet weight. Try doing a web search for 308 reloading data and you will find lots of useful information.
First, for your safety please DO NOT solicit reloading data from anonymous sources on the internet. In wikianswers- anyone can answer a question- for all you know, I am 12 years old, and Mom does not know I am on the computer (I'm not- but that is beside the point) Hornady does not recommend IMR 3031 for the 160 gr FTX bullet in 30-30. This is a link to the Hornady reloading page for your caliber. PLEASE do not use reload data except that which is published by a powder company, a bullet maker, or manufacturer of reloading equipment. Safe shooting to you= C3. supervisor
You will have to experiment to find out. Start with available reloading manuals
One can buy RCBS, Hornady, and Dillon reloading dies from the Reloading Dies website. They also sell more and the categories inclue add-ons, gaming, hunting, and recreation.
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Alliant's 2400 or Winchester's 296 are both good powders for the 32/20 and will cover bullet weights from 85 up to 135 grains
Winchester made a 45 ACP "Non-toxic" round for indoor ranges that indeed uses a small pistol primer. It is not diserable brass for reloading.
they quit manufacturing ammo for the 22 wcf in 1936. I suggest gun shows, or gunbroker.com for any existing ammo for sale. then reloading after you have some brass cases to work with.
You have a Model 1885 Single Shot Rifle that was manufactured in late 1901 or early 1902. Factory loaded ammo was discontinued for this cartridge circa 1935. Reloading dies can be purhased from RCBS or CH4D, but they are expensive. The hardest part will be finding carrtidge cases.
unfortunately you can't so if you are reloading get to cover, this will reduce the risk of you getting shot.
You cannot zoom while reloading, but you can cancel the reload and shoot the remaining bullets(if any) by sprinting while reloading.
It depends on model. Some models can save some data without reloading, some can't. Thus you can have partially configured router or not configured at all. But reloading is not going to damage your router.
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Reloading, fire starting, etc..
Google Alliant Powder on first page click on VIEW THE GUIDE there is the list for reloading.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This was a funny way of describing your eating utensils. You were reloading yourself instead of your gun.
Go to the RCBS reloading die website.
Whatever the reloading manual has in it.
reloading to much.
No one that I've heard of. Now, a 7.65mm bullet is a different story. Numerous makers of ammunition and components for reloading are out there. Do an internet search.