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7.62x25 tokarev loads

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by bob35, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. bob35

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    My Hornady manual only lists data for 90 grain hp-xtp, 7.2 gr to 8.7 gr max for AA #7, no information in Speers. I would like to load 110 gr fmj with AA #7. Can anyone help me? Thanks in advance.
     
  2. WiskyT

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    I have an old Lyman manual with data for two different 30 cal rounds. One is Luger and the other is Mauser? One of them is the same as the Tok round I think. It's too late to dig it out now, but I'll check up on it tomorrow if you don't get anything else.
     


  3. chemcmndr

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    Looking in my copy of Lee's Modern Reloading, it lists 8.5 -9.5 gr. of AA #7 for the 110 grain jacketed bullet with a min OAL of 1.300"
     
  4. bob35

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    Thanks fellows, Happy New Year to all.
     
  5. WiskyT

    WiskyT Malcontent

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    The Tok round is a high pressure version of the 30 Mauser round so any data for the Mauser would be safe in the Tok. My Lyman manual only has data for 84/85 grain bullets for the Mauser round. Since the manual is from the 60's, it doesn't have AA7.