Reloading 275 Grain .50 AE for the Desert Eagle

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natedog
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Reloading 275 Grain .50 AE for the Desert Eagle

Post by natedog » 18 May 2009, 15:31

Does anyone have any experience/loads for the .50 AE Desert Eagle with a 275 grain bullet. I purchased 500 rainier 275's and I would like to reload them. I have found plenty of load information on the 300, 325 and 335's but nothing for the 275. Please help!!?!!?

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Re: Reloading 275 Grain .50 AE for the Desert Eagle

Post by f3rr37 » 18 May 2009, 15:41

No reason to post this in two different sections.

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Re: Reloading 275 Grain .50 AE for the Desert Eagle

Post by gw45acp » 18 May 2009, 15:58

Email Ramshot or one of the other Western Powders companies and see if they'll help. I was looking for a plinking load for 10mm using True Blue and they emailed me the reloading data I was looking for.
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Re: Reloading 275 Grain .50 AE for the Desert Eagle

Post by natedog » 19 May 2009, 09:01

Thanks. After your suggestion I emailed Hodgdon. Unfortunately they were zero help with just a simple reply of "we have no load data for 275 grain bullets". Stupid. I will now try the manufacturer Rainier.

I was hoping MO might have a recipe. He seems to have a recipe for reloading nearly everything else. I will have to ask him.

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Re: Reloading 275 Grain .50 AE for the Desert Eagle

Post by natedog » 19 May 2009, 09:32

Thanks MO! Da*@ your fast. I had to do something and was gonna hunt ya down an hour or so later and you already posted before my return. I spoke with Rainier and they said about the same and had a load for starting with at about 34 grains of H110.

Thanks again!

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