Model B Mauser Sporter in 10.75x68

Load Data For An Old Mauser


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Model B Mauser Sporter in 10.75x68
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Q:
I am writing to request your assistance with load data for an older
European calibre. I am planning to have a rifle built in the style of
a Modell b Mauser and have decided upon 10.75x68mm Mauser as the calibre.
I know that Bertram makes cases and that Woodleigh makes projectiles.

I have found some load data on-line, but am reluctant to use it as it
doesnot come from reputable, verified sources. Can you provide any data
using ADI powders.

Benjamin Williams



A: Woodleigh makes both a .423-inch soft-point and solid for the
10.75x68mm. However, you could also use the 400gn .422-inch bullets
Woodleigh makes for the .404 Jeffery in your gun.

A charge of 60gn of AR2206H should be safe behind the 347gn .423-inch
Woodleigh bullet, and 78gn of AR2209 with the 400gn .422- inch bullets.

I would stress, however, that you use these loads at your own risk,
as I have not tried them.

 


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