# 3 02-06-2016, 11:52 AM Put a .003 shim in bolt and everything remained the same more or less. I'm thinking neck sizing and having the brass fit my chamber also can't hurt the accuracy but we shall see. Can't wait to try it on some coyotes or bobcats. Data Powder 2200.22 HORNET Wt. I get 3400fps+ with a 25g vmax and .200" groups in my CZ. 300MP is the absolut best 410 powder so may be it a good fit for the 17-Hornet too. Once you shoot that neck sized brass, you won't mess with the bolt shims. Best group was 1 1/8" with a mid-range charge and the 20 grain zmax. I have found with Lil'Gun that loading .4 grains under the recommended minimum (loading to 9.3gr.) Just scoop the case full and tamp a bullet in there. In particular loads using the 20 grain Varmageddon bullets? Know it's a while to varmit season but gotta play with the new 17 and get it all dialed in. aren't what they used to be. Did chrono 9.7 grs of AA1680 with 25 grain bullet and right at 3000. 22" barrel. Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 7 guests, Nosler Inc  |  Privacy  Use  Order Processing. Using the Hornady seater that came in the FL Hornady die set....it's got the floating collar so hopefully that's good. I always like to base my reloading around hard data... official powder manufacturer's load data with pressure reading if possible. Hornet because it is already an Ackley version, but I do recommend you try only neck sizing or partial full length if you can't get neck dies and then give it a go. dang!! Very accurate, 3700 fps. START LOADS Grains Vel. I haven't used one yet though. Have also used the 15.5 NTX bullets in my 17 Fireball with AA2200 , 4400 fps plus 20 GR. Accurate arms powders released new load data for the 17 Hornet that includes LT-30 and LT-32. My experience so far with the 17 Hornady Hornet is that powders faster than AA1680 are erratic performers. While I predominantly use a competition type seater die with a collar to seat the bullets straight on most of the cartridges I reload for anyway, I am convinced that it is critical on these small cartridges. On top of that, I only size the portion of the neck that actually holds the bullet. that I got excellent accuracy at around 3600fps in my Ruger 77/17. thebear_78 - good input on bolt shimming....I've seen similar input on 22 hornets. Then It's time to clean the barrel. To maximize performance, the ballistics experts at Hodgdon Powder Co., Inc. have developed a comprehensive Reloading Guide to provide handloaders with current data for Accurate Powders. There are a few places online where you can get them.

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