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Reloader's Notes

The 7.62X39mm

This book is available for download with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device, and with iTunes on your computer. Books can be read with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.


The 7.62x39 is light and economical to shoot.

Reloaders and non-reloaders will want to know what cartridges and loads shot the best...and the worst.

Table of Contents
Cartridge Specifications -
The 7.62x39 (M43) -
7.62x39 Rifles -
The Plan -

The Factory Cartridges -
Range Notes: Commercial Loads -
US Made Ammunition -
European Made Ammunition -

Figuring Out the Handloads -
Primers -
Cases -
Case Preparation Tools -
Case Comparisons - Using Water to Measure the Volume Difference -
Pressure Variations - Differences Caused by Changing the Case -
Bullet Chart -

Load Data – includes Range Notes -
123 Grain Hornady SP -
123 Grain Lapua FMJ -
125 Grain Sierra SP -
150 Grain Hornady Spire Point -
150 Grain Speer -

Tests with WC 735 - 123 and 150 Grain Bullets -

Conclusions -
Powder Burn Rates -
Basic Formulae Commonly Used By Reloaders

Reloader's Notes
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